Tim Woods, 2nd place at 13 under par on the first day of golf at the PNC Championship… lead and second

‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (47) teamed up with his son Charlie (13, USA) and tied for second place on the first day at the PNC Championship (total prize money of 1.085 million dollars).

On the 18th (Korean time), Woods and his son combined for 13 under par and 59 strokes in the first round of the tournament held at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club (par 72, 7,106 yards) in Orlando, Florida, USA.

The PNC Championship is an event of the PGA Champions Tour, where players who have won major tournaments or the Players Championship compete in teams of two with their families.

Woods and his son tied 11 birdies and 1 eagle without a bogey, and recorded 13 under par 59 strokes.

The game was played in a way that two players from the same team would each tee-shot and continue the next play with the ball placed in a better position. 토토사이트

Justin Thomas (USA) Joe, who played in a group with his father, took first place alone with 15 under par 57 strokes, and Vijay Singh (Fiji) Joe who came out with his son scored 13 under par 59 strokes and tied for second place with Woods and Boo.

Woods and Boo, who finished his first hole with a par, caught his first birdie on the 2nd hole (par 4). His son Charlie’s second shot went 1.2m to the side of the hole and reduced one stroke.

Charlie seemed to complain of pain in his left ankle after his tee shot on the 3rd hole (par 5), but after that, Woods played a big role and continued the momentum.