Are golfers like Tom Brady and Peyton Manning plucked off the street?
Yes, to be sure, Brady and Manning, two of the most accomplished athletes of the last 25 years, are not average people plucked off the street. But as golfers they sure looked like it from time to time. And watching Woods and Mickelson try to work with that level of golf expertise to win a match was fascinating.
Did Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning’s charity golf match make TV?
The charity golf match pitting Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady on Sunday figured to be good TV. It had big names, longstanding rivalries spanning two sports, an intriguing combination of talents and the prospect of the unforeseen. To say it did not disappoint would be an understatement.
How did woods and Manning win the PGA Championship?
Woods and Manning won three of the first six holes to take an early lead, but Mickelson and Brady made it interesting on the back nine, picking up wins on Hole 11 and Hole 14 to make it a one-hole game down the stretch. Woods and Manning did just enough to tie each of the last four holes and seal the win.
How good was Tom Brady in the match at the match?
Tom Brady putts on the sixth green during "The Match: Champions For Charity" at Medalist Golf Club on Sunday. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images for The Match) Well, mostly. Brady got better late in the match, and certainly had his moments, but for the most part, his play was erratic.