PNC Championship Live: Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods will tee off at family of networks first round of the 2022 PNC Championship. Team Woods will make their third consecutive appearance in the 36-hole scramble event at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando from December 17-18, where major PNC Championship 2022 and winners of The Players compete alongside a family member.
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Joining Team Woods are nine-time major winner Gary Player with grandson, Jordan, 2009 Open Champion Stewart Cink with son Connor and 6-time major champion Nick Faldo with son Matthew, completing the 20-team line up for the 2022 PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes, Dec.15-18.
The pair finished seventh on debut in 2020 before claiming an impressive runner-up finish in December’s contest, where Woods made his first tournament appearance since suffering career-threatening injuries in a car crash last February.
We have been looking forward to this week all year and we can’t wait to team up together for our third PNC Championship, Woods said. This is such a special opportunity as a dad to get to compete with my son against so many golfing greats and their family members.
We have been looking forward to this week all year and we can’t wait to team up together for our third PNC Championship. This is such a special opportunity as a dad to get to compete with my son against so many golfing greats and their family members. It is going to be a very special week and I know that Charlie and I will have a blast.
The PNC Championship has continued to evolve since the inaugural tournament in 1995, when ten major winners gathered with their sons. The tournament now features 20 major champions and their relatives competing for the total purse of $1,085,000 in a two-day, 36-hole scramble for the Willie Park Trophy.
To qualify for the PNC Championship, players must have won a major championship or THE PLAYERS Championship. Their partner must not hold a PGA or LPGA TOUR card.
Woods has been limited to three worldwide starts since the crash, finishing 47th on his return to The Masters in April before withdrawing ahead of his final round at the PGA Championship and missing the cut at The 150th Open.