NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Josh Allen defeat Patrick Mahomes & Josh Allen in an exhibition golf match

Tom Brady And Aaron Rodgers You now have bragging rights at the golf course Patrick Mahomes And Josh Allen After winning Capital One's The Match Wednesday.

Four NFL quarterbacks participated in a 12-hole tournament at Wynn Las Vegas. Rodgers won the team event by hitting a putt on hole 12 to give his team a win.

The competition was amusing, and the quarterbacks were able to compete on the course. It also raised enough money to feed 10,258,000 people through Feeding America.

While they took the event very seriously, the competitors started trash talking too early. Allen claimed he would play the round using a golf club with a photo of Brady naked taken at the 2000 NFL draft.

Allen also took some photos. Brady said that he hit a short shot chunky and “Josh Alleny” when he was hitting it.

Allen's ball hit at least one spectator, and there were quite a few misjudged shots.

Allen said to the commentators that he gave the glove to the fan as a souvenir.

Brady and Rodgers jumped out of the gate swinging. Rodgers made birdies on the opening two holes to move 2-up early in round 2. Mahomes putts were crucial in bringing back Allen and Mahomes.

Mahomes had a two-putt birdie on No. Mahomes made a putt on No. 5 to tie the match and added another late in the round for his team to take the lead.

As the match drew closer to the end, the trash talk subsided. Charles Barkley, match commentator, was the only one to chirp late in the event. He took shots at Trevor Immelman, all of the quarterbacks and Shaquille Oleal, a fellow commentator.

Mahomes struck a shot on a Par-three to seven foot, six inches from hole. Match commentator Ernie Johnson stated that Mahomes hit the shot to approximately the same length as O’Neal. Barkley made a comment about his NBA broadcaster partner.

Barkley said, “That is the best thing about golf, man. It's better when Shaq isn't around. My life is so much better when he's not here.”

Barkley kept things light, as the quarterbacks started to talk less as they got closer to the last hole. When Rodgers put his tee shot onto the green, the match was tied at three. Brady entered Wednesday's exhibition matches at 0-2 and was looking for his first win.

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