Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson's Thanksgiving week match two years ago was a big hit, and it appears there will be a rematch -- but with two more athletes.
According to CNBC, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will join Woods and Mickelson for a two-on-two match organized by AT&T’s WarnerMedia and the PGA Tour some time in May to benefit charity. Nothing is official, but it likely would be aired on TNT or another WarnerMedia channel.
It would also be played at a course without fans and have a small television production crew. The golfers would also commit to social distancing by staying at least six feet away from each other.
This would be the first sporting event since the coronavirus shut down all sports leagues in the United States.
Golf journalist Robert Lusetich reported earlier in the week that Brady and Manning could join the golfers in a match.
Mickelson beat Woods on the 22nd hole in 2018 to win the $9 million prize. The former hinted at the possibility of a rematch earlier on Twitter.