Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports The Medalist in Hobe Sound, Florida, is home to many of the world’s top golfers. It also may be home for next month’s charity golf match between Tiger Woods-Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson-Tom Brady. A Medalist member confirmed Friday the Hobe Sound-based course has been approached by event organizers about hosting the event, probably on Memorial Day weekend (May 24). Turner Sports will air “The Match: Champions for Charity” on TNT. The Medalist makes sense. Woods, a Jupiter Island resident, is among the many superstars who are members at the club co-founded by Greg Norman in 1991. Brady recently joined nearby Seminole Golf Club and Mickelson is moving to Jupiter Island this year. Plus, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he would support the event being held as the state starts its long recovery from the coronavirus pandemic The sticking point may be money. The Medalist, unlike most private courses, doesn’t need the exposure; nor are its members willing to pay the TV rights to host The Match. The member said the club has been approached to gauge interest and availability. Seminole would have been another option – it hosts next year’s Walker Cup between amateur teams

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