Tiger Woods: What's in the bag for coronavirus relief match

Tiger Woods What's in the bag for coronavirus relief match

Tiger Woods What's in the bag for coronavirus relief match

The build up to "The Match" has been phenomenal.

A follow up to their head-to-head matchup in November 2018, Woods, Mickelson, and their National Football League quarterback partners will be aiming to raise money for COVID-19 pandemic relief when they tee off at The Match: Champions for Charity on Sunday afternoon. Manning is set as a narrow -130 favourite to outdrive Brady on the first hole, while the odds of Brady hitting the fairway in regulation on the first hole sit at -120.

Owned by WarnerSports - which is also the parent company of Turner Sports, the USA station that will screen the action from The Medallist course in Florida - CNN International will screen the 18 holes from 7pm (BST), with Woods teaming up with Peyton Manning, the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback, to compete against Mickelson and Tampa Bay Buccaneers playmaker Tom Brady.

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If you weren't already excited for this golf match, the video that Brady posted to his Instagram page Tuesday should do the trick.

The Match gets underway Sunday at 3 p.m. ET.

The star-studded event, dubbed The Match: Champions for Charity, will take place Sunday at the Medalist Golf Club in Hobe South, Florida.

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