Tiger-Phil Match II: What channel is the match airing on?

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Tiger Woods will team up with Peyton Manning to take on Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady.

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UPDATE: Due to heavy rain in the Hobe Sound, Fla., area, The Match II has been pushed back 40 minutes and will now start at 3:40 p.m. ET on the same networks.

With another made-for-TV on the schedule this weekend, the golf world is on some kind of heater. This week, the action takes place at Medalist Golf Club for part II of the Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson showdown, with guest starring appearances from Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.

What you need to know about the Tiger-Phil match

In the original Match in 2018, Mickelson prevailed over his rival in extra holes as the duo battled it out at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas. That match was met with mixed reviews, but with fans in a live sports drought — coupled with the revamped format — the sequel is sure to receive a warmer reception.

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Much like the TaylorMade Driving Relief skins match last weekend at Seminole, proceeds from The Match: Champions for Charity will also go to charitable causes supporting coronavirus relief.

The Match II will be broadcast by Turner sports, with coverage being spread across four of their networks. TV viewers can tune in to TNT, TBS, TruTV or HLN beginning at 3 p.m. to watch the complete coverage of the event.

In addition, they will also have streaming options for all you cord cutters out there.

What channel is the Tiger-Phil match on?

When: Sunday, May 24, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.

Where: Medalist Golf Club, Hobe Sound, Fla.

What channel: TNT, TBS, TruTV or HLN

How to stream: Fans with cable subscriptions can use their account information to log in to TBS.com, TNTdrama.com or TruTV.com to stream the match for free using their desktop browser. Those who wish to watch on a mobile device, tablet, or TV streaming device like Roku or Amazon Fire Stick can stream the event live on the Bleacher Report, TBS or TNT apps.

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