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Hole-in-one swing claimed by NFL QB filmed

Tom Brady made a name for himself on the grill as a former Michigan Wolverines football star and seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback — he’s also back for at least another year in the NFL — but that’s not not the only sport in which Brady has found success. Brady is known off the football pitch as an avid golfer, arguably the shot of his life was filmed this week.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, in a social media post Wednesday, shared footage of himself hitting a hole-in-one on a recent golf outing as a team viewing the was filming ahead of the next performance of the Match, which will feature Brady among other NFL players. Drone footage of the shoot – footage which Brady appears to be claiming to be authentic – provided a unique close-up angle of Brady carding the ace as the future NFL Hall of Famer quickly won the internet once again .

The images can be seen below.

Brady, who played college football at Michigan before embarking on his decorated NFL career in 2000, initially announced his retirement in late January before rescinding that call in mid-March. The NFL last saw Brady in a playoff loss to the Los Angeles Rams, where Matt Gay and Matthew Stafford played the hero in a shootout.

Brady, despite now being in his 40s, has once again had a stellar 2021 season. Starting all 17 games, he completed 67.5% of his passes for a career-high 5,316 yards. He threw for 43 touchdowns — his highest since 2007 — on 11 interceptions. In two playoff games, he passed 59 of 91 (64.8%) for 600 yards. Brady threw for three touchdowns, one interception and lost a fumble.

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Brady won six of his Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and one with Tampa Bay to cap off the 2020 season. He is also a five-time Super Bowl MVP, three-time NFL MVP, two-time offensive player in the year, 15 times selected to the Pro Bowl and six times All-Pro.

Sam Marsdale contributed to this report.