Tom Brady, Phil Mickelson to caddy for each other at charity golf match

By Matt Johnson
Jan 4, 2020; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) reacts after the game against the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson are used to having someone they can depend on in clutch moments. Now with their upcoming charity golf match against Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning, they’ll be relying on each other for each big shot.

An incredible matchup between some of the greatest rivals in sports history will also feature two iconic figures working together. When Mickelson and Brady hit the greens on May 24, they’ll be serving as each other’s caddies.

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Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic certainly plays a role in that. The charity tournament was created to entertain fans and raise relief funds to help the fight against COVID-19. Due to social distancing restrictions, the iconic sports figures likely wanted to have as few people on the course as possible.

We were already excited to see Mickelson and Brady compete against Woods and Manning in this tournament. The fact that they’ll serve as each other’s caddies will make this charity match even more fun to watch and hopefully we hear some fun banter and insight from these brilliant minds.