Tom Brady is as competitive as they come – regardless of the sport.The seven-time Super Bowl champion has already started trash-talking his opponents for “Capital One’s The Match” ahead of the event on July 6.In a video released on Brady’s Twitter, the seven-time Super Bowl champ taunted his opponents, Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rodgers, by sinking three putts in a row. Brady turns the intimidation factor up a notch by dedicating his shots to his opponents.“Bryson this one’s for you… Aaron this one’s for you,” Brady said before converting the putts.This is not Brady’s first rodeo at “The Match.” Watch LIVE coverage from The USPGA Tour with Fox Sports on Kayo. New to Kayo? Try 14-Days Free Now >Last year, he finally felt what it was like to lose; he and Phil Mickelson, his partner this year, were defeated by Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning.Brady had a rough day last year. He had trouble locating the green and was ridiculed by Charles Barkley, who is notorious for his golf swing. Barkley even made a bet with Brady, saying if the quarterback could hit the green, then Barkley would donate $50,000 to a charity of his choice. Brady failed.The duo of Brady and Mickelson ended up only losing by one hole, but the team was carried by the three-time Masters champion.It seems the 43-year-old has been practising, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. Now, he’s starting to get his confidence in his short game.“Phil, this is gonna be us all day. Get used to seeing this.” Brady said.This article first appeared on the New York Post and was reproduced with permission.