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2021 PNC Championship: Did Tiger Woods and his son win?



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Tiger Woods – The Father/Son Challenge, rebranded in 2020 at the PNC Championship under a sponsorship agreement with PNC Financial Services, is an annual golf tournament for two-player teams, consisting of PGA Tour and Champions Tour golfers and their sons.

The PNC Championship is played over two days (36 holes) for the Willie Park Trophy, in memory of the father and son British Open champions Willie Park Snr and Willie Park Jnr. The field of twenty teams plays a scramble format.

The fathers need to have won a major championship or The Players Championship (often touted as the “fifth major” to be eligible for an invitation. The junior team members range from middle school age up, and sometimes include a few with tour golf careers of their own, but cannot be touring professionals at the time of the tournament.

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2021 PNC Championship: Did Tiger Woods and his son win?

Tiger Woods and 12-year-old Charlie made a run at the title but came up short and settled for a solo second.

John Daly and his son John II came out on top with a record 27 under, who took home  the first-place prize of $800,000.

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