FEBRUARY 10: Larry Fitzgerald of the NFL Arizona Cardinals hits the ball out of a sand trap on 17th hole during the AT&T Every Shot Counts Charity Challenge on February 10, 2021 in Pebble Beach, California. (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)
Two Arizona legends are on the call for a celebrity golf tournament that got underway Tuesday, but they took some time for a couple of swings of their own.
Phoenix Suns great Charles Barkley and Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals are on the TNT broadcast team to call The Match, a golf competition between Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady vs. Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rodgers.
Before the event started,Barkley and Fitzgerald picked up some clubs and hit the green.
Barkley and Fitzgerald had some time to themselves to hit some golfballs.
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The Arizona legends were having some fun hitting golfballs at the golf cart driver.
Fitzgerald is seen hitting the balls with precise accuracy while Barkley was just trying his best.
The golf cart driver was also getting in on the fun and heckling Barkley as he continued to miss.
“Chuck I guarantee that you will not hit me, nope,” the golf cart driver told Barkley.
The Suns ring of honor member did almost hit the driver but was not successful.