Sean Payton and Doug Pederson have made another golf bet and this time around, the only party who stands to benefit is one well-deserving charity.
he New Orleans Saints head coach and Philadelphia Eagles head coach will both compete this weekend at the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Nev.
The terms of this latest bet dictates that whoever has the worst score posted after three days of golf will make a donation to a team-affiliated autism charity in their team’s respective city.
Sean Payton and Doug Pederson made another bet. This time the beneficiaries are the team-affiliated autism charities. https://t.co/pFhkB1S6Ar
— Luke Johnson (@ByLukeJohnson) July 12, 2018
The charities that stand to benefit from the wager between Pederson and Payton are the Eagles Autism Challenge in Philadelphia and KultureCity in New Orleans, per The Times-Picayune.
As noted, Pederson and Payton previously made a wager while out on the links. At the NFL meetings in March in Orlando, Fla., the two head coaches laid down a wage on the outcome of one hole. Pederson came out on top and now the Eagles will be allowed to wear their midnight green home uniforms on the road at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for a Week 11 game against the Saints on Nov. 18.
This time around, though, the real winner will be a great charity. Not a bad deal.