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For the 2nd straight week, we get live Sunday afternoon golf with a few of the greatest players in the world teeing it up. It’s just that, this time, they’re coming from two different sports. The Match: Champions for Charity features Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning squaring off against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady; it does go down in Medalist Golf Club starting once the rain clears up around 3:45 p.m. ET.

This game will increase more than $10 million for an assortment of organizations to assist with coronavirus pandemic relief efforts, and it will comprise four of the best to ever play almost any sport. They will play in carts (fancy carts in that) with no caddies and attempt to maintain social distancing measures. There’ll be greatest ball on the front nine and alternate shot on the back with some special twists, so be sure to brush up on those.

We’ll see just how much rust these four need to brush off their golf clubs, but the contest should be lively and the trash talk will (hopefully!) flow. The Woods-Manning team acts as the favorite, but we’ll see if they live up to this billing. Either way. CBS Sports will soon be with you the whole way updating this story with scores, highlights and analysis from The Match. PGA Tour golf returns on CBS shortly with all the Charles Schwab Challenge on June 13-14.

The charity event will comprise four of the largest sports names of the last 50 years.

This represents the second consecutive Sunday that reside golf will be on television after last week’s match at Seminole Golf Club featuring Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson from Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff. Medalist will probably be a bit tougher than what Seminole was without the wind blowing, which might prove problematic for Manning and Brady.

(The PGA Tour, incidentally, returns from its hiatus on June 11.)

Regardless of the grade of the golf we undergo Sunday afternoon, the cause is an excellent one. There’s been $10 million pledged from WarnerMedia along with the golfers themselves with much more likely to be raised during the actual event.

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