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“The Match” also raised $20 million for coronavirus relief efforts.
The rules consisted of the best ball on the front nine, and on the back, they did alternate shots with different twists. Through 10 holes, Woods and Manning were up 3 strokes, but Mickelson and Brady made a late push down the stretch before losing by 1 stroke.
Brady was off his game early on, but he redeemed himself on the seventh hole with an incredible birdie from the fairway. Brady and Mickelson came away with victories on holes No. 11 and No. 14 but they couldn't close the gap.
Woods and Manning -- the favorites heading into the match -- claimed the victory, and it allowed Woods to even his “The Match” record to 1-1 with Mickelson.
The PGA Tour is set to return with the Charles Schwab Challenge on June 13-14.