The format of the tournament is that both golfers in a duo hit one ball at a time, using the best position to hit the next ball. and so on and so on. Tiger (45) and Charlie (12) Woods put up 11 birdies in a row yesterday.
This made it more exciting. They finished 25 under par, only Big John Daly and his son did two sessions better.
Woods Senior has unceremoniously returned to the golf tournament 10 months after a serious traffic accident. Woods, winner of 15 majors, overturned his car in February. Doctors narrowly avoided having to amputate his right leg.
“I still have my old legs working. But I’m really tired now. I’m not used to it anymore. This was probably only my fifth round of golf this year.”
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“I am happy and grateful to be able to do this,” Woods said with relief. “It was crazy. Charlie hit the balls unbelievably. He’s a great teammate.”
“We had a lot of fun on the track together and it got really exciting at the end. It made it even more fun.”
The former No. 1 still has advice for his son: “It doesn’t matter how many people are around you: nobody or millions. It’s still the same.”
In Orlando it turns out that Woods is still struggling. Move your golf cart between the holes. According to the American, a return to the PGA Tour is not possible at the moment.
“I’m still far from where I should be to get out in a real tournament.”
The PNC Championship is a tournament for fathers and their sons. In addition to the 19 father-son combinations, world number 1 American golfer Nelly Korda competed in the women’s tournament, along with her father Peter, the former best tennis player who won the 1998 Australian Open.
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