Tiger, Peyton vs. Phil, Tom Prize Money and Distribution for $10M Charity Match

Blake SchusterCorrespondent IIIMay 24, 2020

HOBE SOUND, FLORIDA - MAY 23:  Phil Mickelson plays a shot as NFL player Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, former NFL player Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods look on during a practice round for The Match: Champions For Charity at Medalist Golf Club on May 23, 2020 in Hobe Sound, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images for The Match)
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Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida, is set to become one of the most competitive places around Sunday at 3 p.m. ET, with Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning teaming up for Capital One's "The Match: Champions for Charity" exhibition.

The battle features the golf stars and NFL legends linking up to raise money for charity, with $10 million set to be doled out to local and national groups aiding in COVID-19 relief efforts across the country. The event will be televised on TNT, TBS, TruTV and HLN and streamed live on B/R Live and the B/R App.

The foursome will be split into teams of two: Woods and Manning vs. Mickelson and Brady. The front nine will be played under a "best ball" format, with the back nine switching things up to an alternate-shot setup.

Along the way, the duos will place wagers and compete in on-course challenges to help raise additional funds.

The athletes also offered some exclusive opportunities for fans via the All In Challenge.

Woods is auctioning off two packages, including private putting lessons and a VIP experience at the 2020 Hero World Challenge, while Mickelson has included an 18-hole round and a VIP experience at the 2021 American Express Pro-Am.

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Bidding on items from both golfers started at $50,000, with all proceeds providing food to kids, the elderly and frontline workers. Additionally, Capital One's The Match has teamed up with United Way, ClubsHELP Foundation, Boys & Girls Club of America, Golf Emergency Relief Fund, PGA Tour Charities Tournament Relief Fund and various local charities.

Mickelson won the inaugural edition of Capital One's The Match in November 2018, when it was just him and Woods playing. That event took place at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas and saw Lefty walk away with both the $9 million purse and an additional $600,000 in side bets off Woods.

With Brady and Manning in the fold, Sunday should feature a whole new level of gameplay.

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