NFL legend Tom Brady has begun training as he looks to dominate another sport.
The 46-year-old seven-time Super Bowl champion gave fans a look into his latest golf workout.
According to the “Daily Mail” report, Brady recently posted on Instagram hinting that he will participate in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in January.
“Already considering @pebblebeachresorts pro,” Brady said in the post.
In his latest video, Brady shows off his skills on the kickoff.
In the photo, he is wearing a white T-shirt, shorts, white Nike Air Force 1 sneakers, and a San Francisco Giants baseball cap.
Brady captioned the post: “Early morning in the office. What was your 100-point ball?”
Fans were quick to weigh in, with one commenting: “Don’t let this guy play perfect golf. Golf isn’t ready for this.”
A second said: “Haha he’s about to win 20 golf majors.”
A third tried to answer Brady’s question, saying, “I’ll hit a wedge and let it roll about 60 yards, and then I’ll hit it at a 60-degree angle into the green.
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“I ended up hitting it close to the hole and I three-putted it for par, which was easy.”
Another added: “Starting at 100, I’ll use a 3/4 swing wedge. If it’s thick and rough, I’ll use a sand wedge.”
Exactly where Brady will train is unclear, but pro-am events are scheduled to be held at Pebble Beach Golf Course and Spyglass Mountain Golf Course.
Brady will enter broadcasting in the fall of 2024 and then move into golf.
He will join Fox Sports as an analyst on a ten-year contract reportedly worth $375 million.
In preparation for a career change, Brady was recently spotted having dinner with his soon-to-be colleague, sideline reporter Erin Andrews.