Tom Brady proves he's human with nightmare tee shot at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

 Turns out Tom Brady is one of us.

we've all been there.

You're lining up to hit a drive deep into the fairway, and the ball goes almost nowhere.

Brady had that moment on Friday despite being a single-digit handicap.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion may be looking to return to football after the performance he had on Friday at Pebble Beach.

Brady was playing in a pro-am at a famous Bay Area golf course when he pulled out his driver, ready to hit one.

He almost swung and missed completely.

Brady topped the ball, causing it to bounce directly off his tee and roll just a few feet in front of him.

He was clearly not thrilled.

Brady has impressed on the course before, throwing for over 100 yards during "The Match" in 2020 and giving Charles Barkley some sharp talking.

"Suck it up, Chuck," Brady said.

Barkley may be getting the last laugh after Brady's botched tee shot.

Eight handicapper Brady has been joined by Keegan Bradley in the tournament.

Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills and Aaron Rodgers of the New York Jets are also playing in the tournament.

Scottie Scheffler is in a three-way tie with Thomas Detrie and Ludwig Aberg at 11 under through two rounds.

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