“The Match II” lived up to expectations Sunday.

The 18-hole battle between Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson against Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning saw the Woods-Manning pairing take a three-hole lead through merely six holes.

It could’ve been over, and ugly, rather quickly (especially with Brady’s slow start). But with a few impressive shots from Mickelson and a couple of others from the former New England Patriots quarterback, it became a tight race down the stretch. Brady-Mickelson needed to win the 18th hole to extend the match.

To no surprise, however, that’s where Woods proved he had enough. The 2019 Masters champion hit an incredible putt on the par-4, 18th hole when Woods-Manning needed two putts to win the match. Ultimately, it earned Woods-Manning a one-hole victory in a noteworthy competition.

Here are some highlights:

An early wedge shot from the master himself, Mickelson.

Manning’s birdie putt on the fourth hole.

Brady’s incredible hole out for birdie on the 7th hole, which allowed Brady-Mickelson to halve the hole.

Mickelson’s shot off the tee on the drivable par-4, 11th hole.

That was followed by a lengthy eagle putt by Brady, which brought Brady-Mickelson to two down.

And then there was an incredible par-3, 16th hole. All four players put their tee-shot on the green, highlighted by Manning’s shot which stopped within a foot from the pin.

And, of course, the clinching putt from Woads on the 18th hole.

What an event from four of the best.

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