- The quarterback of the ex-Patriots & Bucs has been enjoying his retirement since February
- He is still awaiting his return to possibly become an owner of an NFL team
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Tom Brady has arrived early at the driving range as he practices for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in January following his no-show at the Las Vegas Grand Prix last weekend.
The 45-year-old, seven-time Super Bowl champion shared photos of himself playing golf on Sunday, captioning his Instagram Story: “I’m as easy as Sunday morning,” yes.
“Already thinking about @pebblebeachresorts pro,” he later captioned a photo of himself swinging on an unknown course.
The former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback also used his “Lets F***ing Go!” crying to celebrate an iron shot.
He looked like he barely broke a sweat on the green while wearing khaki pants, a white T-shirt and sneakers.
Tom Brady discusses his swing on Sunday, just over two months before the Pro-Am in CA
Brady admitted on his Instagram Story on Sunday that the Pebble Beach Pro-Am was on his mind
Brady, who was approved as minority owner of the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces in October, was not in Sin City to attend the first-ever Grand Prix there on Sunday.
He even apologized to Williams Racing’s Logan Sargeant for missing the event, days after he was spotted jetboarding around Miami Beach.
Brady, who wants to become a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders, is still up in the air, enjoying retirement since hanging up his cleats in February after playing 23 seasons in the NFL.
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He was honored with a homecoming performance during Patriots week one of the 2023 season in September, with a special halftime ceremony.
In August, the future Pro Football Hall of Famer purchased a stake in English soccer club Birmingham City and also became chairman of a new Blues advisory board.
Also in September, Brady was announced as a strategic advisor to Delta.
Earlier this month, the two-time Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year advised his former head coach, Bill Belichick, to change his strategy as the Patriots (2-8) extend their streak as the team with the worst record in the AFC.