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Aaron Rodgers returns to the golf course for a Web.com Tour event

Aaron Rodgers hasn't completely given up on golf. The Green Bay Packers quarterback, who earlier this offseason said he's cut back on the game in order to dedicate more time to his fitness, is playing in this week's BMW Charity Pro-Am in South Carolina.

It's an event on the Web.com Tour, which serves as a feeder to the PGA Tour.

Rodgers is the amateur partner of John Mallinger, a fellow California native who has bounced between the Web.com and PGA tours.

The two discussed the respect they have for each other's sports in a video posted on Twitter by the Web.com Tour.

Rodgers is listed as a 4.7 handicap by the Wisconsin State Golf Association.

Rodgers and Mallinger tee off on Thursday at 9:20 a.m. ET at the Furman University Golf Club course.