Tom Brady has an important matchup circled on his calendar, but it has nothing to do with football.

The former New England Patriots quarterback is teaming up with Phil Mickelson for a two-on-two charity golf match against Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods.

Turner Sports confirmed Wednesday that "The Match: Champions for Charity" will be broadcast live on TNT, with all proceeds going toward coronavirus relief funds.

And the trash talk already has begun.

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Brady tweeted his desire for revenge on Manning Thursday while responding to Mickelson, who lost his first head-to-head matchup with Woods in November 2018.

You also can't ignore this hilarious photoshop either. 

Brady apparently has been champing at the bit to get Manning back on the links and believes he and Mickelson will take care of business this time around.

This isn't the first time the 43-year-old has chirped Manning about golf, either: Brady pointed out back in February that the retired former Colts and Broncos QB has had "much more practice" in recent years.

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While location and date are to be determined, The Action Network reported the showdown could happen in Florida sometime in late May.


That'd be good news for Brady, who's having a hard enough time getting around his own neighborhood as he adjusts to life with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.