We’ve been deprived of sports for a few weeks now but a recent report suggests we may get at least one athletic event in the coming months.

CNBC is reporting that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are planning to host a two-on-two golf challenge to help raise money for coronavirus relief efforts. The other two individuals participating? Legendary NFL quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.

According to the report, Woods and Manning will form one team while Mickelson and Brady will make up the second team. The event has been organized by AT&T’s WarnerMedia and the PGA Tour.

The report also states that nothing is official, but the potential match could come sometime in May, and would benefit charity. There’s also a chance it would air on TNT or another channel associated with WarnerMedia, but no pay-per-view.

A location for the match has not been determined and no fans would be permitted to watch live.