Phil Mickelson was 2-1 in all three games in the “match”. With the help of Tom Brady, can he improve the score to 3-1, or will the pair fall again, this time with Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron · In the hands of Aaron Rodgers?
When the one-day event arrives, this is what golf fans want to know.
Even without Tiger Woods, this event is a star-studded event. The 51-year-old Mickelson became the oldest player to win a Grand Slam after winning the PGA Championship in May. De Chambeau once again won the US Open championship in June, and then played a brutal back nine holes on the final day of the competition.
Brady and Rogers are fading out of the season, and they both won MVP awards. Brady is the Super Bowl MVP, and Rogers is the regular season MVP. Rogers has a slight advantage in golf, but Brady is certainly not slacking.
“Game 4” should be fun for golf fans, as they watched the exhibition at the TV Moonlight Basin course, which had never been seen before in the Monte Sky. This is all you need to know about how to watch the event.
On which channel will the 2021 game be broadcast?
- TV channel: TNT, TBS, truTV
The three networks of the Turner Sports family will simultaneously broadcast “The Match 4”: TNT, TBS and truTV. The report of the event will begin at 5 pm Eastern Time, and will be broadcast live by Brian Anderson, former “competition” participant Charles Barkley and other famous analysts.
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“The Match 4” can be broadcast live on the TNT app via cable or satellite subscription.
When will the 2021 competition start?
- date: Tuesday, July 6
- time: 5 p.m. EST
The coverage of “Game 4” will begin at the Monte Sky at 5pm Eastern Time or 3pm local time. The event will be held on Tuesday, July 6th after the Detroit Rockets Mortgage Classic and before the Illinois John Deere Classic. De Chambord will seek to defend his 2020 title in the Rockets Mortgage Classic.
- host: Kevin Fraser
- Play while playing: Brian Anderson
- Analyst: Trevor Immelman, Charles Barkley, Larry Fitzgerald
- Course reporter: Cheyenne Woods
Turner formed a group of star-studded announcers for “Game 4”. Brian Anderson will return as the announcer of the game, and Charles Barkley will return to the role of studio analyst after participating in the third game as Mickelson’s partner.
2008 Masters champion Trevor Immelman (Trevor Immelman) will provide analysis, and current LPGA Tour player Cheyenne Woods will serve as court reporter. Long-time Cardinals catcher and avid golf fan Larry Fitzgerald will also participate in his analysis.
Kevin Fraser will serve as the host. The former ESPN and Fox Sports anchor is known for his work as the host of “Entertainment Tonight”.