Tiger Woods and son Charlie finished a respectable second place to Team Daly in the PNC Father-Son Challenge at Muirfield Village this past weekend. The event was sponsored by the PNC Foundation for Charity, which funded scholarships for high schoolers who would otherwise not be able to afford college tuition.
Tiger Woods, son Charlie finished in second place behind Team Daly at the PNC Championship.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA – At the PNC Championship this weekend, Tiger Woods achieved both of his objectives: having fun with his son, Charlie, and playing the scramble style without making a bogey.
But along the way, Woods’ old competitive fire flared brightly as he not only played very well — with a little assistance from his 12-year-old son — but also surged into contention with 11 straight birdies.
The run came to an end on the par-5 18th hole, when both Tiger and Charlie chipped beyond the hole and were unable to make the putt, knowing they needed an eagle to win.
With a final-round 57, John Daly and his son, John Daly II, won the 36-hole tournament by two strokes over the Woods duo on Sunday. They completed the event at 27 under par, shattering the tournament record established by Davis Love III and his son three years before by one stroke.
Matt Kuchar, who played alongside Woods in the final round with his son, Cam, was ecstatic with his performance.
“He still has pace, and his irons are incredible,” he remarked. “I always pin high. “It was incredible,” he remarked.
Kuchar said that Woods’ game had improved to the point that he could compete on the PGA Tour, but Woods swiftly dismissed the claim.
“‘I completely disagree,’ said Woods. “I’m not quite there yet. I’m afraid I can’t compete with these folks right now. It will take a lot of effort for me to feel like I can compete with these men and perform at a high level.”
Despite the evident exhaustion he was experiencing, Woods’ game looked to improve as the weekend progressed. He bemoaned his inability to hit many of the shots necessary under stress, but this is someone who had only played a few rounds of golf previous to the competition and was likely not hitting many balls only a month before.
It sounds like a hefty order for a player who has won 82 PGA Tour tournaments, including 15 major championships, yet is set to turn 46 on Dec. 30.
“‘I like competing,’ he said. “I’m never again going to play a full schedule. I’ll have to pick and choose which events to attend, and even then, my body may not cooperate.
“So I’m not sure how many tournaments I’ll be playing in.” And it’ll be up to training sessions, practice sessions, recuperation methods, and all those other things to be able to achieve this again since things didn’t seem good for a time.”
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John Daly’s son finished in second place behind Tiger Woods’ son at the PNC Championship. Reference: john daly son.
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