The Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson Match has been delayed: Here’s what’s next

Peyton Manning hits out of a sand trap during a practice round on Saturday.

Peyton Manning, along with Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, will have to wait to play.

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Medalist Golf Club’s golf umbrella wasn’t big enough.

The start of The Match: Champions for Charity, featuring the team of Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning taking on the team of Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, has been delayed until at least 3:40 p.m. due to heavy rain and thunderstorms, according to a source on site.

The likelihood of storms from 3 p.m. ET, when the match was set to begin, to 6 p.m. is between 85 to 100 percent, according to weather.com

Should the match-play event not be played on Sunday, it will be moved to Monday at a time to be determined.

“If the match is suspended due to adverse weather on Sunday and cannot resume that day, it will be resumed on Monday (May 25) at a time to be announced,” the PGA Tour’s website says.

Maybe that’s enough time for Tiger, Peyton, Phil and Tom to build a dome. 

There is a high chance of rain in Hobe Sound on Monday, too. And no word on a plan should play also be stopped then. 

Please stay with GOLF.com for the latest updates.

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Nick Piastowski

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