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Hole 18: Mickelson chips close, but Woods lags a perfect putt for an easy tap-in par, halving the hole and winning the match 1-up.
Hole 17: No blood on the 17th as both teams make par. The match heads to the final hole with bragging rights on the line.
Hole 16: The group puts on a clinic! Three of the four stick their tee shots within five feet. Surprisingly, Tiger isn't one of them. Both teams make birdie on the par 3.
Hole 15: Woods/Manning is in the hole with par. After Brady hammers a birdie putt well past the hole, Mickelson steps up and sinks a clutch putt to remain 1-down.
Hole 14: After Brady misses a reasonable chance at birdie, Peyton misses a two-footer for par, handing Mickelson/Brady the hole.
Hole 13: The teams make a mess of the par 5 with a bogey each to tie the hole. Rain is intensifying at Medalist Golf Club.
Hole 12: The pros both put their tee shots within 10 feet to leave their amateur partners with birdie putts, but neither Manning nor Brady can convert. No blood.
Hole 11: Are you serious?! After a patented Mickelson "bomb" on the driveable par 4, Brady steps up and drills the eagle putt to cut the lead to two.
Hole 10: On the first hole of modified alternate shot, Brady's and Woods' drives were selected. Both teams make par after Woods' birdie effort fails to drop.
Hole 9: No damage done on the closing hole of the front nine as Woods and Manning take a 3-up lead into the second nine. The teams will play a modified alternate-shot format for the remainder of the match.
Hole 8: Mickelson and Manning both stick their tee shots on the par 3. Manning misses his birdie effort but receives a stroke on the hole, so he still cards a two. Mickelson drains his birdie to tie the hole.
Hole 7: OMG!!! Brady spins it back for a hole-out birdie on the par 5 after Barkley was calling him out. Simply unbelievable.
Then, Tiger suffered a harsh lip out for eagle, which would have won the hole.
Pay up, Brooks.
Hole 6: Manning's stellar play continues. The former quarterback received a stroke on the par-4 6th, meaning his par counted as a birdie, winning the hole for his team. Mickelson and Brady are quickly falling really far behind.
Hole 5: Players took part in a one-club challenge to raise additional funds for COVID-19 relief. Brady's struggles continue, and Mickelson fails to make his short par effort. Woods, who selected a 4-iron, also misses a short putt that would have won the hole.
Twitter is beginning to buzz about Brady's poor play, and Brooks Koepka has even chimed in with a bet on the quarterback's performance:
Hole 4: Manning drops a BOMB for birdie to win the hole, moving his team 2-up. Charles Barkley told Brady he'd donate $50,000 of his own money if the quarterback hit the green on the par 3. After Brady didn't come close, Barkley responded with: "I should have bet if you were going to keep it on the planet."
Hole 3: The amateurs continue to struggle. Brady and Manning both find hazards off the tee, and the former's provisional wasn't any better. After Mickelson missed a short par attempt the hole was conceded, with Woods lining up a 5-footer for birdie on the par 5.
Hole 2: Mickelson put his world-class short game on display by nearly chipping in after an in-depth description of his strategy. Woods and Manning both miss lengthy birdie tries to keep the match level.
Hole 1: Nerves! Three of the four players hook their tee shots left into the trees, with Tiger the only one finding the fairway. After only Mickelson and Woods hit the green in regulation, both made knee-knockers for par to tie the first hole.