Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rodgers have advanced three titles with six holes to play and have never looked back.
2020 US Open champion and 2021 NFL MVP winner Phil Mickelson and seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady, 3 and 2, beat Tuesday night in the fourth edition of the game, held at The Reserve in Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana.
After a questionable start, Rodgers pulled off the tee to lead he and DiCambo across a six-bird stretch over eight holes to take the late lead. A twisted single club challenge gave Mickelson and Brady a chance to break in, but a missed 7 iron strike by Brady allowed the hole to be cut in half and stop the momentum. Rodgers made a volley in round 3 16 to seal the deal.
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“I thought we played really well today,” Mickelson said after the tour. “We made a lot of sparrows, we shot a few on equal footing, but these guys played better.”
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– Bleacher Report (BleacherReport) 7 July 2021
Mickelson and Brady lost to Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning last May at The Match: Champions for Charity.
This year’s made-for-TV event benefited from the My Brother’s Keeper alliance, Feeding America, and the Montana Food Bank Network. More than $2.6 million has been donated to My Brother’s Keeper and more than 6.3 million meals have also been donated.