Tiger Woods (USA) and his son, who have equally sore legs, failed to achieve the come-from-behind victory they had hoped for at the PNC Championship, an event of the PGA Champions Tour, a family golf event.

Tiger Woods and his son Charlie Woods jointly shot 7 under par 65 in the final round of the tournament held at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club (par 72) in Orlando, Florida, USA on the 19th (Korean time).

Woods and his son, who caught 7 birdies with 1 eagle and made 2 bogeys, finished the tournament with a total of 20 under par 124 strokes in the 2nd round, tied for 8th place. 안전놀이터

Last year’s runner-up, Woods and his son, came from the final round to 2nd place by two strokes, aiming for a come-from-behind victory, but the championship had to be postponed until next year as his father, who had not yet been able to walk, and Charlie, who injured his ankle before the tournament, lost their concentration.

Vijay Singh (Fiji) and Kas Singh’s father and son swept 11 birdies on one eagle and shot 13 under par 59 to win with a total of 26 under par 118.

The Singh father and son won the PNC Championship for the first time, where players who have won major tournaments or the Players Championship compete in pairs with their families to determine the rankings.

The winning prize is $200,000 (approximately 260 million won).

John Daly (USA), who won last year, and Justin Thomas (USA), who won the 2020 championship, tied for second place (24 under par, 120 strokes), two strokes behind.

Nellie Corda (USA), the second in the women’s golf world rankings, who competed with her father Petr, who was a tennis player, tied for fifth (21 under par 123 strokes).

‘Golf Empress’ Annika Sorenstam (Sweden), who came out with her 11-year-old son Will McGee, finished the tournament with a tie for 17th (15 under par 129 strokes).