Capital One’s The Match 4: Champions for Charity takes place today at Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana. For golf fans, it’s a chance to see two outstanding golfers and two above-average golfer/quarterbacks hit the links with some microphones on and the trash-talk flowing.
It’s also a chance to see the PGA Tour’s longest hitter take his hacks at 7,500 feet of elevation, meaning we’ll likely have some preposterous driving distances for fans across the world to gasp at seeing.
On the slim chance you don’t know anything about The Match 2 winners Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, or their challengers on Tuesday in Bryson DeChambeau and Tom Brady, here’s how they stack up on and away from the golf course.
- 45 PGA Tour wins
- Six major wins
- 1990 US Amateur Champion
- Age 51
- Winner of The Match 1 & 3, Loser of The Match 2
- Likes to hit bombs with quality calves
- Eight PGA Tour wins
- One major wins (2020 US Open)
- 2015 NCAA Champion
- Leads PGA Tour in driving distance
- Brooks Koepka’s best friend
- Seven-time Super Bowl Champion
- Loser of The Match 2
- Unafraid to talk trash
- 8 handicap
- Hit this shot in The Match 2
- One-time Super Bowl Champion
- Jeopardy! Champion and potential future host
- Has never played golf on prime time TV before
- 3 handicap
- Also unafraid to talk smack