Tiger Woods vs. Weather Forecast Phil Mickelson: A thunderstorm threatens the Champions for Charity match | Instant News

The match: Champions for Charity – all ready to collect eight points in money for the coronavirus relief effort – may not be in danger of not happening as planned on Sunday. Rain bombarded Hobe Sound, Fla, and Medalist Golf Club, where an exhibition featuring Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning battling Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady is scheduled to take place.

It will be 2020 from this event to be washed and disappointing for everyone who is looking forward to watching golf on television today. Following are the estimates for Hobe Sound from 3-7 p.m. ET, when the event is scheduled to occur. There is a 100 percent chance of rain for the first few hours of the game with a slight delay at night if you want to sneak before sunset. This is a bad situation, especially when the event is set to raise $ 10 million or more for coronavirus relief efforts.



I think we should know now not to get our hopes up this year because something – literally anything – will ruin them.

There is no news yet whether the exhibition can be moved, but I think that’s an option. There is no that lots of moving parts, and Monday is a holiday anyway. You can theoretically play it all at the Medalist Golf Club on Monday as long as all participants are willing to stay (Tiger lives there so he must be willing to stay).

CBS Sports will update this story as it develops in the next few hours, with one eye still fixed on 3 p.m. the expected start time and match event are expected to open within a few hours after that.

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