Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning held off Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in a highly-anticipated charity exhibition golf match.
Woods and Manning took the 1-up win in The Match: Champions for Charity exhibition at Medalist Golf Club in Florida, which set out to raise 10 million dollars (£8.2 million) for Covid-19 relief.
However online donations helped the end result reach 20 million dollars (£16.4 million).
Woods and Manning took the early lead in the clash of golf and NFL rivals thanks to some impressive putting from Manning.
— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) May 25, 2020
The duo improved their position from there as six-time Super Bowl champion Brady struggled to find his swing.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was hard-pressed to find the fairway through the first six holes, let alone the green.
However, Brady turned it around on the par-5 seventh when he hit the shot of the match to hole out for a birdie from 100 yards away.
The 42-year-old played like a new man from there as he and Mickelson managed to close the gap throughout the back nine to enter the 18th just 1-down.
Their efforts were in vain, however, as Woods eased a long-birdie putt close enough to the hole that a final tap-in from Manning was not required.
The result means Woods evens up his exhibition TV matches against Mickelson at one-all after Mickelson won their 9 million dollars (£7.4 million) winner-take-all clash in Las Vegas in 2018.