It is Sunday that will compete for the second time to legends Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. In a match-revenge of 2018, the golfers will be joined by two of the greatest quarter-back in NFL history, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.
Less serious that in 2018, where Mickelson had won a jackpot of nine million dollars at the expense of Woods, this duel will be used mainly to raise funds for the fight against the COVID-19. The four participants will give a combined amount of $10 million.
Broadcast on tv under the name of “The Game II”, this meeting will also be an opportunity for fans of the PGA to see the level of form of the two rivals, but also to get to know Brady and Manning in a different sport than football. The first will team up with Tiger while the second will be a duet with “Lefty”.
The new start will be played under the phrase “four-ball” where each player hits their own ball. On the back nine, golfers will be forced to alternate with each stroke.
According to several specialized websites, the golf handicap of Brady, who has won six Super Bowl career, would be 8.1. For Manning, winner twice in the Super Bowl, it would be rather 6.4. The pivots, so they should be able to hold their end and not receive three strokes on the nine initial.
Because of the measures related to the pandemic, the athletes will have to drive their own golf cart and carry their bag, since the cadets will not be admitted. The match will take place at the Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.