Four of the past five NFL MVPs will hit the golf course for the next installment of The Match.
Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will face off against fellow quarterbacks Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes in the 12-hole event June 1 in Las Vegas that will be broadcast on TNT.
The combined contracts of the QBs is around $1 billion — and their combined net worths are around $424 million — but they won’t be playing for prize money in the charity event.
According to Turner Sports, the five previous versions of The Match have raised nearly $33 million for various organizations and donated nearly 17 million meals to Feeding America.
While Mahomes and Allen will be making their debuts in the event, Brady and Rodgers are returning after squaring off last year in Big Sky, Montana.
Brady was paired with PGA Tour star Phil Mickelson while Rodgers was with Bryson DeChambeau.
The latter duo won when Rodgers drained a 12-foot putt on the 16th hole.
Brady took to Twitter on Monday to hype the 2022 event, tweeting, “We tried to make this a tag team cage match but the lawyers said our contracts wouldn’t allow it.”
The original event in 2018 was a head-to-head showdown between Mickelson and Tiger Woods.
Mickelson won after 22 holes to take home the $9 million prize.