Tiger Woods and 11-year-old son Charlie four shots off the lead at PNC Championship

Posted by on December 19, 2020  /   Posted in golf reviews

Charlie Woods' swing has drawn comparisons to his father's -14 Team Kuchar (USA); -12 Team Singh (Fiji); -11 Team Duval (US), Team Lehman (US), Team Norman (US) Selected others: -10 Team Daly (USA), Team Furyk (USA), Team O & # 39; Meara (USA), Team Thomas (USA), Team Trevino (USA), Team Woods (USA) Full Classification external-link

Tiger Woods and his 11-year-old son Charlie are four shots off the lead after the first round of a two-day Florida show event on Saturday.

Team Woods opened the PNC Championship with a 10-under-par 62 that left them in sixth place.

Charlie Woods took the par-five third on his own – the only player on the day to do so – in the scramble format.

He is the youngest participant in the tournament's 25-year history.

The event is limited to playing great champions with a family member of your choice.

Matt Kuchar and his son Cameron, 13, are two shots ahead of Vijay Singh and son Qass, while Australian Greg Norman and son Greg Jr are another shot adrift, level with Team Duval and Team Lehman.

Team Woods make their first appearance at the relaxed end-of-season event in Orlando and were eight under par after nine hours ahead of a cooler behind nine.

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