Here’s Aaron Rodgers’ putt that clinched Tom Brady’s first win in The Match

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Tom Brady had a chance to do what he is famous for. He had a chance to ice a contest. He could have won The Match, a celebrity-charity golf event, on the final hole. But Brady missed.

That left the burden on his teammate Aaron Rodgers to defeat Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes. Brady, Allen and Mahomes all finished the final hole in three strokes. Because it was a game of “Skins” (where the team with the lowest score gets a point for the hole), Brady needed Rodgers to finish with two strokes to win the final hole. Rodgers did just that, landing the ball on the green and sinking the putt. It was quite the finish from Rodgers.

Brady, meanwhile, took his putt before Rodgers and couldn’t finish.

Regardless of who sink the winner, Brady finally got his first win in The Match after participating for the third time.

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