Among the many fans stunned to see Tom Brady struggling so mightily throughout the first few holes of ‘The Match’ on Sunday was Paige Spiranac.
The six-time Super Bowl winner and three-time MVP may very well go down as the best quarterback in NFL history.
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But that didn’t translate onto the golf course on Sunday.
Through the first six holes at the Medalist Golf Club, Brady’s shots were all over the place, he was constantly in the trees and looked visibly frustrated.
Sports fans not used to seeing Brady so flustered had plenty of jokes - and golfer Spiranac was among them.
The former pro golfer tweeted that she very nearly offered to get an ‘Only Fans’ account (a very X-rated site) if Brady made a par.
Luckily for Spiranac she didn’t because Brady then proceeded to hole out on the seventh fairway for a brilliant birdie.
“Thank God I didn’t do that,” Spiranac tweeted.
I was about to tweet I’ll get an Only Fans account if Brady makes a par. Thank god I didn’t do that.— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) May 24, 2020
Brooks Koepka wasn’t as lucky as Spiranac, forking out $100,000 after betting Brady wouldn’t make a par.
However the bet was all for a good cause as the money went to charity.
I was just thinking of the most outrageous bet I could do because I thought there was no way he would make par— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) May 24, 2020
When there’s no way I thought he’d make par— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) May 24, 2020
Woods and Manning win ‘The Match’ for charity
Brady delivered the shot of the match but Tiger Woods earned a measure of revenge against Phil Mickelson as he teamed with Peyton Manning to win “The Match: Champions for Charity”.
The PGA Tour is set to return on June 11 and it has a tough act to follow after Woods lagged a long birdie putt on the 18th close enough to secure a 1-up victory for his pairing.
The goal was to raise $10 million ($A15.3m) for COVID-19 relief funds and online donations sent money climbing with a final figure of $20m ($A30.6m).
“Knowing $20 million was raised and helping people going through tough times, it was an honour to be invited,” Manning said.
“It's something I'll always remember.”
This made-for-TV exhibition, with two NFL greats along for the ride, surpassed 2018's ‘The Match’ in which Mickelson defeated Woods in a playoff under lights.
With his fourth shot on the par-5 seventh from the fairway, Brady's shot landed beyond the pin and spun back into the cup.
“Shut your mouth, Chuck,” Brady said to Charles Barkley after some ribbing from the NBA champion.
"That's why you're the goat," Barkley responded.
with AAP and Yahoo Sports Staff