The Match 2 Live :: Champions for Charity goes down on Sunday at Medalist Golf Club in Florida. The foundation occasion will highlight four of the greatest games names of the most recent 50 years. Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning will be on one group going head to head against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady.
This speaks to the second continuous Sunday that live golf will be on TV following a week ago’s match at Seminole Golf Club including Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson against Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff. Medalist will probably be somewhat harder than what Seminole was without the breeze blowing, which could demonstrate tricky for Manning and Brady.
(The PGA Tour, coincidentally, returns from its rest on June 11.)
Notwithstanding the nature of the golf we get Sunday evening, the reason is an extraordinary one. There has been $10 million swore from WarnerMedia and the golf players themselves with bound to be raised during the real occasion. That cash will go to profit places like Direct Relief, American Red Cross, Save Small Business and the ALL In Challenge.
The match will include intriguing irregular rivalries like the one-club challenge, which will happen on the fifth opening. Charles Barkley (!) and Justin Thomas (!!) will be associated with the broadcast
It’s not the golf we thought we would get the chance to launch the mid year on the day preceding Memorial Day, yet it’s possibly in the same class as we could have sought after following a two-month stop on professional golf on the PGA Tour. It likewise may be a harbinger for Woods and Mickelson as they execute occupied calendars through the span of the remainder of 2020, which will include three significant titles and a Ryder Cup.
Also, for the second consecutive week, a singular amount in the millions will be raised for a staggering reason as Woods, Mickelson, Brady and Manning do their part to help rout the infection that has made the most irregular period of elite athletics (and culture) of any of our lifetimes.
How to watch The Match: Champions for Charity
Date: Sunday, May 24 | Start time: 3 p.m. ET
Course: Medalist Golf Club — Hobe Sound, Florida
Format: Match play — Best ball on front nine, alternate shot on back nine
Broadcast team: Brian Anderson, Charles Barkley, Trevor Immelman, Justin Thomas, Amanda Balionis
TV: TNT, TBS, truTV, HLN
Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
“The Match” returns Sunday when Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson face off again in a star-studded charity event.
Their second meeting features Tom Brady pairing up with Mickelson and Peyton Manning joining Woods in the tag-team match. The four stars will play at the Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Fla., where Woods regularly practices when he’s home.
The match will raise at least $10 million for coronavirus relief efforts, but the players will have the chance to earn more money on the course for charities. The unique event includes a four-ball format for the front nine and a modified alternate shot format for the back nine.
There will be a pre-show at 2 p.m. ET on the Bleacher Report app. Adam Lefkoe, Kelly Stewart and Cabbie Richards will handle hosting duties for the hour.
The match will start at 3 p.m. ET, and Brian Anderson, who calls MLB and NBA action for Turner Sports, will do play-by-play. Charles Barkley and Trevor Immelman, who won the Masters in 2008, will be the analysts. Amanda Balionis and Justin Thomas are the on-course reporters.
How to Watch “The Match: Champions for Charity”:
Time: 3 p.m. ET
TV Channel: TNT, TBS, truTV and HLN
Live Stream: You can stream it on the TNT app
Live golf returns today-May 24th- as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson get back at it, though now paired up with two NFL legends, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, as part of the COVID-19 charity event which will broadcast live on TNT. Sports Illustrated Gambling’s Casey Olson broke down the match from a betting perspective back on May 11. However, since that time some additional proposition markets have emerged at sportsbooks around the country. Let’s take a look.
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning join forces to take on Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in The Match: Champions for Charity! Today’s two-on-two golf competition will not only serve to entertain a nation desperately craving live sports, but, more importantly, the event will raise at least $10 million to support COVID-19 relief efforts.
A rematch of Tiger and Phil’s 2018 one-on-one bout, the four players will tee off at Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida. Featuring additional challenges like playing the course’s par-4 fifth hole with only one club, Golf.com reports that the event will feature a “four ball format for the front nine and a modified alternate shot format for the back.”
Sporting events have been slowly returning to network broadcasts over the last few weeks — including a live golf exhibition featuring Rory McIlroy last week using only six cameras. But golf fans are being treated to the match of a lifetime this weekend between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, legends who originally squared off almost two years ago in Las Vegas, all benefitting a good cause. Why is this match particularly special for two pros that fans have been watching for years? NFL megastars Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are also in on the match, and major networks and streaming services will showcase the match as the course is closed to fans during the coronavirus pandemic.
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