A viral video showing Tom Brady seemingly hitting a hole in one has sparked debate about whether or not he actually hit an ace. While the quarterback has not weighed in on the debate, his social media team is at the center of it. The video includes tweets promoting Brady merchandise. The video has received over 100 million views. And it has divided the football community.
Tom Brady is a very good golfer
It’s no surprise that the Patriots’ quarterback, Tom Brady, is an avid golfer. While he has an 8.1 handicap, the NFL star hit the ball long on the seventh hole in the PGA Championship, where he was paired with Phil Mickelson and lost to the team of Woods-Manning. Although Brady was at a disadvantage, he still posted lessons learned after the match and birdied the 11th hole, which helped the Patriots rally from a 28-point deficit to win the 2017 Super Bowl.
Although the quarterback is known for his extreme throwing motion, Brady is also an aspiring golfer. A drone video of him swinging an iron from a fairway shows the ball taking several bounces before landing on the green. After Brady celebrates, the drone follows the ball as it rolls off the fairway. The NFL player claims the footage is real. A lot of people believe him, but it is hard to tell.
He doesn’t consider a hole-in-one a hole-in-one
A viral video posted by the Tampa Bay quarterback on Tuesday has ignited a debate about whether or not Tom Brady actually hit a hole-in-one. Brady has yet to address the controversy, but his social media team appears to be promoting the viral video, which features tweets promoting a number of different products. He also does not acknowledge whether the ball actually went in, as he jumps about in disbelief.
The viral video of Brady’s golf swing shows him hitting a ball from a distance, but fans are wondering if the player actually hit a hole-in-one. A member of the golf club says they couldn’t see the green from the perspective of Brady’s video. However, if Brady is telling the truth, Allen should be on high alert.
He’s a good quarterback
A viral video featuring Tom Brady’s ‘putting’ skill has sparked controversy, with critics questioning the accuracy of the shot. However, Brady has not responded to criticisms of his shot and his social media team has taken the blame, posting tweets promoting his merchandise. Although the viral video was posted on Tuesday, Brady’s hole-in-one shot isn’t completely clear.
The video, posted on the NFL’s official Twitter page, shows Brady appearing to make a hole-in-one, but the resulting hole-in-one isn’t an accurate reflection of his skill. The video appears to show the quarterback putting on the ball to hit the hole in one, but it doesn’t say if he actually made the shot.
He’s transcendentally good
Despite the widespread controversy surrounding his ‘putting’ videos on social media, Tom Brady has yet to address the controversy. While he hasn’t responded to critics of the shot, he has defended his work by tagging the media producer and videographer Ari Fararooy, who previously worked with Brady. Brady also credited his ‘putting’ video to Warm & Fuzzy studio, which used CGI to create the ‘in-one’ footage.
The viral video, which has sparked an ongoing debate, shows a game in which Brady appears to hit a hole-in-one. The video shows Brady swinging the club as if he’s hitting a hole-in-one. In reality, Brady hit the ball over the green, but it’s not a real hole-in-one. Brady’s accuracy was questionable in the viral video, but his numbers were decent. His completion percentage was 60.5 percent, which was his lowest since 2003.
He’s tougher than Gronk
A viral video of Tom Brady throwing a golf ball seems to show the quarterback hitting a hole-in-one, but is it a fake? The quarterback has a history of posting videos of himself performing fake feats, but his latest video has raised eyebrows. Although he didn’t disclose if the ball actually went in, he did tag the person responsible for creating the video, Ari Fararooy. The two had worked together on a viral video of Brady throwing passes. In the video, Brady also credits the production company Warm & Fuzzy with creating the CGI.
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Brady is one of the most recognizable athletes in the NFL and has been for decades. He has accumulated 4,398 yards of passing in his career, thrown 28 touchdowns and been intercepted 13 times. But despite his outstanding performance during his playing career, he has only had two bad seasons. “Best” doesn’t necessarily mean “best” season, but winning a Super Bowl is certainly one of them.