Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson—two of the greatest and most-famous golfers in history—are planning a rematch.
The upcoming charity event is tentatively scheduled for Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.
And they are and they are doubling down this time my pairing up with partners.
Florida's newest NFL superstar Tom Brady has been getting kicked out of parks because he can't train at an NFL facility, so he's free and will be playing with Phil. And the man who holds the NFL record for most yards and touchdowns thrown in a single season Peyton Manning will be Tiger's partner.
Well, that is now a reality as after Bleacher Reportconfirmed "The Match: Champions for Charity" will take place next month and will raise money for individuals directly affected by the coronavirus pandemic that shut much of the sports world down in the middle of March.
No specific date has been set, but May 15 and May 24 were listed as likely possibilities. We also know that Woods will pair-up with Manning to face a Mickelson-Brady partnership. It's only fitting, as these teams feature two of the greatest on-course and on-field sports rivalries of the past 20 years.
Their last face off went to extra holes with Phil finally winning on the 4th playoff hole.