Instant Replay: FPV Drone Captures Tom Brady Sinking Hole-In-One
SALT LAKE CITY – Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady sunk a hole-in-one in golf and it was captured on video with an impressive shot by a first-person view drone.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion shared a video of the shot on Twitter on Wednesday, May 25.
“That’s in the hole,” someone in Brady’s group shouted after the quarterback swung his club.
Brady’s shot was filmed by an FPV drone that filmed the quarterback from behind and followed the ball from the swing of the club at the tee box to dropping into the cup on the green.
This is why you film every shot on the course…
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 25, 2022
“This is why you film every shot on the course…” Brady tweeted alongside the video.
The Match 2022
In April, Brady was announced as a participant in the upcoming 2022 edition of the “The Match” charity golf event.
The golf tourney began in 2018 when Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson squared off against one another. Since then, four more versions of the event have taken place, raising millions of dollars for charity. Brady participated in one of the prior events.
This year, Brady and Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) will team up against young NFL star quarterbacks Josh Allen (Buffalo Bills) and Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs).
Brady and Rogers golf against the Allen/Mahomes pairing on June 1 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
We tried to make this a tag team cage match but the lawyers said our contracts wouldn’t allow it…#CapitalOnesTheMatch is back, June 1st. Let’s kick their ass @AaronRodgers12 | @JoshAllenQB @PatrickMahomes pic.twitter.com/3ByQqBkIJR
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 18, 2022
About Tom Brady
Brady has played in the NFL since he was drafted out of Michigan in 2000.
After spending nearly two decades and winning six titles with the New England Patriots, Brady joined the Buccaneers in 2020. Brady led Tampa Bay to a Super Bowl victory in his first season with the franchise.
In addition to his seven Super Bowl rings, Brady has been recognized as Super Bowl MVP (seven times), NFL MVP (three times), NFL Offensive Player of the Year (two times), Pro Bowler (15 times), and All-Pro (six times).