The Match: Champions for Charity Odds & Props

The Match: Champions for Charity Odds & Props

After the success of The Match, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are back. This time both top golfers will be paired with a duo of gridiron GOATs in Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. With an expected tee-off date of late may, 5Dimes has released the odds not only to win but a heavy dose of fun props.

The Match Tiger/Manning vs. Phil/Brady Betting Odds

  • Tiger/Manning odds: -195 (bet $195 to profit $100)
  • Phil/Brady odds: +160 (bet $100 to profit $160)

The Match Props

Leader after 9 holes:

  • Tiger/Manning -160
  • Phil/Brady +120

Odds to win each hole:

  • Tiger/Manning -130
  • Phil/Brady -110

Will there be a playoff:

  • Yes +220
  • No -300

Who’s football highlight shown 1st?

  • Manning -130
  • Brady -110

Total commercials feature Peyton: 1½

  • Over +120
  • Under -160

Will Tiger wear his signature Red Nike shirt?

  • Yes -350
  • No +250

Will Brady wear a TB12 cap?

  • Yes -380
  • No +260

Will a football be spiked?

  • Yes +325
  • No -475

Will a golf ball be spiked?

  • Yes +110
  • No -150

Will any golfer say? [Yes/No]

  • Deflate +100/-140
  • Gronk -225/+168
  • Omaha +190/-270

This is a super-sized sequel to the original Match from November 2018 in which Mickelson bested Tiger to won $9 million in a playoff.

Can Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning Win The Match: Champions for Charity?

Not only did the now, 44-year-old Tiger Woods stun the world of professional golf by winning his fifth Masters championship, but the superstar also finished off the 2019 calendar year in style by finishing T2 at the MGM Resorts Challenge in October and backing that up with a win at the ZOZO Championships later that month. Woods closed out the 2019 calendar year by finishing fourth at the Hero World Challenge and came into the new year with some high hopes. However, in two tournaments since the start of 2020, Woods has had some mixed results by finishing T9 at the Farmers Insurance Open in January before recording a last place 68th finish at the Genesis Invitational in February. Shortly thereafter Woods announced has wasn’t at full health, though there was nothing serious hindering him outside of the age-old sore back and other minor maladies. Still, Tiger and Manning look like a good bet for a couple of reasons. First, Woods is the best golfer in this event and it’s not even close anymore. Second, Woods has had ample time to rest his body and practice and he should be feeling fitter than ever with so much time off.

Can Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady Win The Match: Champions for Charity?

Make no mistake about it, Phil Mickelson will go down in golf history as one of the best Americans to ever tee it up. However, the now, the 49-year-old lefty has not won a major since 2013 when he took home the hardware at the Open Championship. Mickelson did record one win in 2019 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and he won once in 2018 by taking the title at the WGC Mexico Championship. However, those are his only two victories since 2013 and that doesn’t bode well going up against a rejuvenated Tiger Woods. Still, he and Brady might be the better bet with Woods likely being rusty and maybe not taking the outcome of this event as seriously as he would a regular PGA Tour event. Manning and Brady are both 6-8 handicap golfers, so there’s no real edge for either quarterback. With Mickelson already beating Woods once in a made-for-TV event, it could happen again!