"The Match: Champions for Charity" attracted an average of 5.8 million viewers. Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning scored a 1-up victory over Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady.
In the second and final charity match that brought live golf to TV, this exhibition was as entertaining as the real thing.
Manning and Woods will be teaming up in “The Match: Champions for Charity,” while Brady is partnered with Mickelson.
The sportsbook at South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa has announced odds for the highly anticipated Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson: The Match II on Sunday, May 24.
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The return of live golf to television brought 2.35 million viewers across all platforms, which NBC Sports says was 16% higher than the final of the Dell Match Play last year.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which already has postponed the U.S. Open at Winged Foot from June to September, has forced the USGA to do away with qualifying.
When discussing the top quarterbacks and the top golfers of this millennium, it’s hard not to think of these four names: Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Live golf returns to television on Sunday, and it might not look entirely familiar except for the players.
The first match will be The TaylorMade Driving Relief event that will be played this Sunday at Seminole Golf Club
Dustin Johnson left The Players Championship two months ago and didn’t play another round of golf until four days ago. His partner, Rory McIlroy, is helping him practice.
Players, caddies and key personnel will be tested once a week at tournaments and have their temperatures taken every day as part of the PGA Tour's plan to resume.
The next match involving Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson involves a $10 million donation for COVID-19 relief efforts, along with plenty of bragging rights.
Professional golf is about to tee off again as some of the PGA’s best golfers in the world are competing in a skins game exhibition for charity.
Brendon Todd sees risks involved in the PGA Tour resuming its schedule next month, and he’s willing to take them.
Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson headline a $3M charity match for COVID-19 relief that will mark the first live golf on television since the pandemic shut down sports worldwide.
A shorter season brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic means no one will lose a PGA Tour card this year.
Golf Masters future odds for betting and wagering are provided by Caesars Entertainment.
The PGA Tour set a target of June 8-14 at Colonial in Texas to resume its schedule, with no fans for at least a month.
Golfers are used to adapting to the situations at hand and changes that come up. But dealing with the coronavirus pandemic has everyone fighting through a new dynamic.
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