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It was old guard against young shooters in the sixth part of the golf event “The Match” from Capital One.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Green Bay Packers interlocutor Aaron Rogers defeated Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs and Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills during a 12-hole competition on Wednesday at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas.
Brady hoped to show by links that the old school is better than the new, as the match involved two generations of NFL defenders who received four of the last five NFL MVP awards.
It was the first appearance of Mohammed, MVP NFL 2018, and Allen, professional bowler 2020. Together, the four NFL stars together have nine Super Cup titles and nearly 90 playoff appearances, although much of that title comes from Brady.
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The rules consisted of the best saber-style ball, which means both players repel their shots before choosing the best drive of the two. They then play their ball, with the lowest score of each duo winning the hole.
Back and forth the match went down to the wire as both sides were connected, going to the 12th hole and the last hole.
Rogers struck a nice shot on the third parka that hit the green field, putting him and Brady in a good position to end the match. Rogers would have completed it by hitting the bird clutch to earn the win.
“It was great,” Brady heard on the green at 12 after the match.
NFL stars began to burst straight out of the gate during an event where there is usually a lot of talk about junk. On hole № 1 Rogers joked that Brady “dares time” before heading to boxing.
After a good ride Rogers made a push and was seen pumping his fist in celebration as he raised the old guard by 1 after one hole.
On the next hole Rogers made another great drive that hit the center of the fairway on par 5 № 2, Brady helped his teammate by striking an iron blow that hit the green. Mahomes missed when he needed a birdie to tie a hole, which caused Brady and Rogers to climb 2 through the first two holes.
TOM BRADY, AARON ROGERS, PATRICK MEHOMS AND JOSH ALEN ARE ADJUSTING FOR BATTLE IN THE MATCH
Allen and Mahams finally won their first hole in the match on par 4 № 3. Mahams nearly reached the green field in his first throw, and, missing a chance for the Eagle, he hit the ball for the birdie. Both Rogers and Brady couldn’t make a birdie.
After both sides equalized on the hole № 4, the young shooters took the pit № 5 to equalize the match.
The score remained equal until Mohome was able to use the bird on par 3 № 8 to bring him and Elena the first lead.
Brady, known for his performances in the NFL, later drowned the birdie at number 10 to equalize the match after Mahomes and Allen failed to make their birds fall.
Brady and Rogers previously played in the “Match” last year as rivals. This time Brady was trying to redeem himself after last July in Big Sky, Montana, he and Phil Mickelson were defeated by Bryson DeChambo and Rogers 3-and-2.
The series raised nearly $ 33 million for various organizations during the previous five TV shows of “Match.”
Emmy Award winner Ernie Johnson hosted a live broadcast with Hall of Fame member Charles Barkley.