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Peyton Manning will go down as one of the greatest NFL players in history but it turns out he's not too bad at golf either.
The Denver Broncos quarterback played Augusta National at the weekend and managed to fire a mightily impressive, five-over, 77 according to the Los Angeles Times.
Manning played the highly exclusive course with another NFL legend John Elway (now Broncos vice president) who has actually managed to fire a par-72 at the home of the Masters.
Our own supervising editor Toby Keel learned just how hard it is to play arguably the world's most famous golf course when he became "the jammiest of jammy b*****ds" and played the course the morning after Tiger Woods defeated Chris DiMarco in a play-off to win the 2005 Masters.
In Toby's own words: "I shot 96 in total, off a 14 handicap, and played well to do so."