I watched the golf on the telly on Sunday night.
It wasn't a regular televised golfing tournament, though. It was a charity event which saw Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning team up to play Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady.
I wouldn't have been interested in watching had it not been for Manning being involved.
I wrote about The Match: Champions For Charity a little over a week ago and mentioned that I had bet on Woods and Manning. Well, I won that bet as the team was victorious.
That isn't to say I had a completely successful night of betting because I backed Woods and Manning to win the first hole at 3/1. It was a tie. Therefore, I took an L.
The game aired on CNN over here in the UK. It was meant to have started at 8PM BST, but there was a rain shower in Florida, where the event was being held. The delay meant it started later than planned. I didn't watch all eighteen holes as they were only half-way through the course at midnight.
Tom Brady surprisingly had a great shot. I have to admit, it was the highlight from what I watched of the game.
I didn't think I'd ever write a sentence praising Tom Brady for something, so that's another surprising sentence in this post!
Over twenty million Dollars was raised for the event, so that was great.
By the way - another highlight from the weekend was seeing that Peyton's brother - Eli - has now joined Twitter. One of his tweets made the air during Sunday's event.