It’s official! The Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson rematch is on. This time the two golfers are bringing some special guests.
Tiger and Phil have invited Tom Brady and Peyton Manning to take their rivalry from the gridiron to the tee box as the football legends join to complete the high-profile foursome in a charity match that will benefit coronavirus relief.
While tentatively scheduled for May, Tiger and Phil await approval from the PGA TOUR before finalizing a date and location.
The PGA TOUR suspended golf action indefinitely following the first round of THE PLAYERS Championship on March 11. The PGA recently released a revised schedule for the remainder of the 2020 golf season. If all goes according to plan, Tiger, Phil, Manning and Brady will knock out their round a few weeks before the PGA TOUR reconvenes on June 11 for the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas.
What we know so far is that this golf showdown won’t be a pay-per-view event like its first iteration. The Match: Champions for Charity will air on TNT and will likely be one of the first live U.S. sporting events since all major sports were abruptly suspended amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
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