Tom Brady proves he really is human as he hilariously tops a shot at Pebble Beach in front of stunned fans, as NFL’s GOAT jokes: ‘Turns out they don’t do breakfast balls at Pebble!’
- The tandem of Tom Brady and Keegan Bradley is in 20th place with a -12 total
- NFL quarterbacks Josh Allen and Aaron Rodgers are also in the running
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Retired NFL great Tom Brady had to laugh at himself after an embarrassing tee shot was recorded and shared on social media on Friday.
While competing in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament, the seven-time Super Bowl winner appeared to be rusty on one of his drives.
In a clip posted by Barstool Sports, Brady is seen lining up for the shot before nearly missing it completely. Brady managed to brush the top of the ball, causing it to bounce several yards in front of him.
The poor shot was met with silence as Brady appeared to walk it away before the clip ended.
“The driver was off the shelf,” Brady wrote as he reposted the clip. “Apparently they don’t do breakfast balls at Pebble.”
Tom Brady missed badly on a drive attempt while competing in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Brady is tied with Keegan Bradley, the pair is currently tied for 20th with a -12 total
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers is also participating in the Pro-Am tournament
Brady also referenced his appearance on season 6, episode 5 of the TV show Entourage. The scene shows Kevin Dillon’s character, Johnny Drama, angrily breaking Brady’s club in a charity tournament after a series of bad shots.
Recognize how he resonates with the fictional character, Brady reposted a GIF of the scene and captioned “Me *handshake emoji* Johnny Drama.”
Brady, an eight handicap, is paired with No. 15 seed Keegan Bradley in the tournament.
The NFL is well represented in the event with Bills quarterback Josh Allen and New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers both participating.
Bradley and Brady are currently in a six-way tie for 20th place. The pair boasts a -12 total through the first two rounds of the tournament.