Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods are at it again.
The retired star quarterback and iconic golfer are set to join forces May 30th for the pro-am at The Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. Tournament officials announced the pairing Wednesday.
The twosome first teamed together for a pro-am in 2005 at Bay Hill before linking again in 2009 for a pro-am at the Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, N.C. They’ve golfed together intermittently since, while forging a close friendship.
The timing is fitting for Woods, the 14-time major champion enjoying something of a comeback. Tiger has overcome a rash of back surgeries to rank as a top-12 finisher in four PGA Tour events in 2018.
HE'S BACK! Our five-time winner @TigerWoods has officially committed to play #theMemorial. Who else is excited?? pic.twitter.com/qooaaf305G
— #theMemorial (@MemorialGolf) May 16, 2018
Manning, meanwhile, has plenty of time to swing the clubs after walking away from football before the 2016 season. This should be fun to watch.