VIDEO: Tom Brady Hits Insane Hole-in-One Ahead of The Match

VIDEO: Quarterback Tom Brady hits an insane hole-in-one ahead of The Match.
VIDEO: Quarterback Tom Brady hits an insane hole-in-one ahead of The Match. / Handout Photo-USA TODAY Sports

This year's edition of The Match is set to take place on Wednesday, June 1 as quarterback Tom Brady pairs up with Aaron Rodgers to take on the duo of Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. Brady is wasting no time preparing for a win and recently tweeted out a drone video of an insane hole-in-one he hit.

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The video features Brady nailing his drive as a drone follows the golf ball through the air and into the hole. There may not be much the 44-year-old can't do at this point. Brady has won seven Super Bowls and posted a video just the other day taking swings on the diamond with tight end Rob Gronkowski.

This isn't the first time Brady has taken to Twitter to provide some hype for the event. He trash-talked Allen back in April with a funny photoshopped picture in an attempt to get inside his head. More antics are sure to come within the next week as anticipation starts to grow ahead of tee time.

The Match will be broadcasted on TNT and consist of 12 holes at Wynn Las Vegas. Keep in mind this will be Brady's third appearance and he is still searching for his first victory. The All-Pro passer lost just last summer alongside Phil Mickelson to Rodgers & PGA Golfer Bryson DeChambeau.

With both teams mic'ed up, fans are sure to get glimpse into the banter and bloopers that go down out on the course. Who knows, maybe Brady hits another hole-in-one when it matters most.

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