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Sport Peyton Manning will play with Tiger during pro-am

00:20  17 may  2018
00:20  17 may  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods are teaming up in a golf pro-am

  Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods are teaming up in a golf pro-am It’s not every day you get two top athletes from different sports to team up. Peyton and Tiger will be playing in a pro-am at the site of The Memorial at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio May 30. The two have been great friends and even played together in pro-am’s twice before. They first teamed up at Bay Hill in 2005 and then at Quail Hollow in 2009.

DUBLIN, Ohio -- For this morning, the Muirfield Village Golf Club belonged to Peyton Manning . His playing partner, five-time Memorial Tournament winner Tiger Woods, slid to being the second-biggest name in the group during Wednesday's pro - am .

Www.charlottehappening.com - Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning teamed with Quail Hollow President John Harris during Pro - Am Day for the Quail Hollow

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Two of the biggest names in sports will converge for the pro-am at The Memorial Tournament, as Tiger Woods will be joined by NFL legend Peyton Manning.

The duo will likely attract a massive crowd when they tee off on May 30 ahead of the actual tournament. As noted by ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Nationwide sponsors the tournament, and Peyton Manning is one of the biggest endorsers for the company.

Woods hasn’t played at the The Memorial Tournament the past two years, and given how he has been playing lately he’s going to be the most sought-after player on the course by fans in attendance all weekend long.

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Manning has recently turned to politics, seeking to unseat Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin in MarylandChelsea Manning, the transgender soldier and activist who gained attention after being convicted of leaking classified government and military documents to the website WikiLeaks, tweeted that she is "safe" after a now-deleted photo of a person standing on a ledge with the words "I'm sorry" caused concern online.

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