From the gridiron to the links, stars from the PGA and the NFL will be competing for charity.
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning are teaming up against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady for “The Match: Champions for Charity.”
All of the money raised will go to coronavirus relief, CNN reported.
The two-on-two tournament will air on TNT,. The dates and times have not been set, but it is expected to happen next month.
It will be held in an undisclosed location without spectators, according to ESPN.
This is the second time Woods and Mickelson competed in “The Match," the first was in 2018, CNN reported.
The PGA Tour still has to give the OK for the event, ESPN reported.
The last event held by the PGA was the first round of the Players Championship before the coronavirus pandemic led to the cancellation of professional sports across the country. PGA officials hope to restart the schedule in June, ESPN reported.
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