Brady and Rodgers are future Hall of Famers who know how to win games in the final two minutes.
They proved it on the golf course by winning in make-or-break situations.
Rodgers beat Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes with a walk-off 15-foot putt on the final hole.
"I felt really good about it," Rodgers said. "Tommy gave me a great read."
Rodgers ended the round as he began it on the first.
Brady's previous attempt on the 12th hole skirted past the hole, but only after Allen nearly sunk an 80-footer.
Allen's putt was also a chance for Barkley to jump into the lake surrounding the green.
Barkley's ball settled inches right of the hole, keeping him dry.
In the second half, Allen and Mahomes went on a run, with Mahomes doing the heavy lifting.
The third hole was won by Mahomes and Allen, and neither team led more than one the rest of the way.
"We buckled down a little bit," Rodgers said. "We didn't want to lose."
Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady were prominent participants in previous years.
It will last as long as the banter is lively, the golf is decent, and the broadcast is funny and lighthearted.