Peyton Manning Represented Colorado, Denver Broncos during Televised Golf Tournament
“The Match 2.0: Champions for Charity” had Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, playing two-on-two to raise money for the COVID-19 relief fund.
A $10 million base donation will be donated to COVID-19 relief via WarnerMedia and the four golfers. The match aired May 24 and was held at the Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.
Peyton Manning represented Colorado by wearing a hat with the Colorado "C" on it, and his cart had the Denver Broncos logo on the side.
The weather didn't quite cooperate during the tournament, but then later calmed down. It ended up being a good day for the former Denver Broncos quarterback as he and Tiger Woods beat Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson.
Total donations from the game amounted to nearly $20 million.
Below are pictures of Manning representing Colorado and the Broncos during the tournament.
Peyton Manning Represent Colorado in COVID-19 Relief Golf Tournament
Source: Getty images, Golf Week