Tom Brady wasn't feeling it early in Capital One's "The Match: Champions for Charity" on Sunday at Medalist Golf Club, but it sure looks like he found his stroke.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback sunk this incredible birdie on the No. 7 hole, bringing the proverbial house down in the process:
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"Mom and Dad, I love you very much," Brady said after hitting the shot in a mock acceptance speech. "My wife, my kids, I love you."
Brady's NFL colleagues, among others, were justifiably impressed:
It's been a day of extremes for Brady, with some of his lows downright hilarious:
Brady later joked about his wardrobe malfunctioning:
Capital One's The Match pitted Brady and Phil Mickelson against Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods, with $10 million being raised for COVID-19 relief efforts. And Brady alone has provided plenty of entertainment.