11 Consecutive Buddy Collaboration with Son Woods, 2nd in PNC Championship


▲ Tiger Woods and son Charlie Woods await the result of the first hole in the final round of the PNC Championship

Tiger Woods (46, USA) heralded a revival.

Woods and his son Charlie (12) worked together with his son Charlie (12) in the final round of the PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club (par 72) in Orlando, Florida on the 20th (Korean time).

Tim Woods, who shot 25-under 119 over two days, finished second, two shots behind John Daly.

Woods and Charlie caught 13 birdies and 1 eagle that day, and in particular made 11 birdies in a row from the 7th to the 17th.

It is an event competition, not an official tour competition, and it is a scramble-type competition in which the next shot is shot from the better spot of the two balls hit, but it was enough performance to announce the possibility of a resurrection of Woods, who suffered serious injuries in which both legs were broken.

Woods hit more than 300 yards in this tournament, and he still had sharp irons and sharp putts in the short game.

Woods has been on the field for the first time in 10 months after his car fell down the road in February near Los Angeles, California, USA.

Woods, who had confessed that he almost had his leg amputated in the accident, was not even able to walk on two legs again after the accident, but went through a difficult rehabilitation.

Woods, who limped while riding a cart during the event, said it would take time to get back to normal.

Woods’ son Charlie, who appeared in public for the first time in a year, was noted for his stronger performance.

The 57 strokes they wrote down was one less than the 56 stroke minimum in this tournament.

Daly and son John Daly Jr. shot a 15-under 57 to win a total of 27-under 117.

117 is the record for the smallest stroke in the tournament.

Justin Thomas (USA) and father Mike Thomas, who won last year’s championship, tied for third place (24 under par 120).

The only female player, Nelly Corda (USA), finished 12th (17-under 127) along with her father, former tennis player Petr Corda.

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)


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