The duos were evenly matched throughout the 12-hole course, with multiple lead changes and a tie score on the last hole. Mahomes played impressive, but Rodgers ultimately out performed his fellow colleagues and sealed the game with a birdie.
Brady, who was previously winless in his first two Match appearances, seems to have finally found a teammate good enough to carry him to a victory. The seven-time Super Bowl champion didn't have any shots nearly as impressive the one he posted on Instagram last week.
The announcing crew, which consisted of NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley, three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt, Masters champion Trevor Immelman and TNT host Ernie Johnson, made sure to harass the quarterbacks throughout the course of the game.
"The spectators should have been given hardhats," Barkley said. "They'd be safer if they stood in the middle of the fairway."
But the trash talk—and free entertainment—didn't stop there, as the quarterbacks constantly jabbed at one another on and off the greens. From golf cart bumper cars to Rodgers calling Mahomes Kermit the Frog, The Match had plenty of viral one-liners and humorous interactions.
Here are some of the most memorable moments:
Rodgers putting his man bun on the line in a bet with Barkley
Allen showing off his golf ball with Brady's iconic shirtless draft photo printed on it
Brady showing up late to the first tee, Rodgers blaming it on "his third outfit change of the day"
Allen saying Brady is the only one playing in pants because of his varicose veins
Mahomes calling his Coors Light "swing juice"
"He went to a college I've never heard of, he's playing with a golf ball I've never heard of," Brady told the news crew when asked about Allen
"I try not to drink more than a six-pack and two cigars when I golf," Barkley said.
Allen contemplating the "puke and rally" technique, mentions his spirit animal is a golden retriever