Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen bested legendary QB Tom Brady in a golf game during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Teamed with PGA Tour pro Keith Mitchell, the pair ended up in a joint sixth position after their second round of play on Friday. They posted an impressive 11-under 61 at Pebble Beach, which placed them two strokes ahead of Brady and his partner, Keegan Bradley, who had ended up with a 12-under 132.
After finishing their rounds, Allen remarked that he and Brady had made a friendly wager, not involving money but rather some form of pride or trophy that can be placed at home. Allen declined to provide further details on the nature of the wager. However, he admitted he wished that he could have beat Brady on the football field.
While the Allen-Mitchell pairing posted the low round score of the day on Friday, it was Rory McIlroy and Jeff Rhodes, a co-managing partner of TPG Capital, who took home the pro-am title at 17-under 127.