The next iteration of The Match is brimming with starpower, as Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady are set to square off against Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rodgers. Luckily, the broadcast team that has been selected to cover the action has the Q-Rating to match.
Some familiar faces from Matches past will be back in the saddle up in the booth. Charles Barkley will once again be a part of the event, now in its fourth edition, but this time, he’ll be back to slinging barbs instead of golf balls in his role as an analyst.
Joining Barkley in the analyst role will be Masters champion and Golf Channel/CBS broadcaster Trevor Immelman and 17-year NFL veteran Larry Fitzgerald. LPGA player Cheyenne Woods will serve as an on-course reporter, and Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier will be the host. Brian Anderson will once again handle the play-by-play.
In addition to the fresh faces on the broadcast team, viewers will also get to take in the sights of a never-before-seen-on-TV course. Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Mont., should be a feast for the senses. At an elevation of 7,500 feet, expect to be treated to some epic vistas.
The best part? You can watch it all in prime time. Capital One’s The Match kicks off on July 6 at 5 p.m. ET.