Twitter is crushing Tom Brady for being awful at golf

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images for The Match)
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images for The Match) /

Twitter is raking Tom Brady over the coals over how bad he is at golf.

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Ever since leaving the Northeast for the Florida Gulf Coast, things have gotten stranger by the day for the future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback. From getting kicked out of a park, to going into Byron Leftwich’s next door neighbor’s house instead of his new offensive coordinator’s, Brady is embodying Florida Man this offseason. It only got worse on the golf course.

During the airing of “The Match” on Sunday, the world saw how bad the GOAT is at the game of golf. He may be the greatest quarterback in NFL history and he may have gotten drafted out of high school as a catcher by the then-Montreal Expos, but he’s not making the PGA Tour anytime soon. Twitter is absolutely letting him have it in a televised event that is for a good cause.

We have no idea where the ball is going, what club he’ll use and how his partner Phil Mickelson feels about this. Mickelson thought he was getting the GOAT and now he’s getting shafted by the other pairing of Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning. Unless he’s got the golfing equivalent of a 28-3 comeback in his back pocket, this won’t end well for Brady in the Floridian rain on Sunday.

Twitter is not letting Tom Brady hear the end of it with his putrid golf game.

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So whether he’s losing golf balls every hole or splitting his pants, Brady is having an overall rough go of it on the links. But let’s not kid ourselves here. The guy is insanely competitive and may rattle off nine straight birdies on the back-nine to sink Manning and Woods in one of the greatest golf matches of all time. Did Mickelson wager on a second-half comeback, though?

See, Brady is just like all of us in that our golf game is nowhere as good as we say it is.