The PNC Championship 2021 is headlining the golf calendar this weekend, is usually nothing more than a low-key mid-December celebratory exhibition featuring parents and their kids getting a chance to play 36 holes of golf together.
PNC Championship 2021: Field, Saturday Tee Times, Tiger Woods Score Today, Schedule
This year’s group spans from age 12 (Charlie) to age 86 (Gary Player). Here’s a look at the 20 teams who will tee it up in Orlando this weekend.
- Rich Beem and Michael Beem
- Lee Trevino and Daniel Trevino
- Mark O’Meara and Shaun O’Meara
- Matt Kuchar and Cameron Kuchar
- Nelly Korda and Petr Korda
- Nick Faldo and Matthew Faldo
- David Duval and Brady Duval
- Gary Player and Jordan Player
- Henrik Stenson and Karl Stenson
- Stewart Cink and Reagan Cink
Saturday Tee Times:
10:30 a.m. — Team Beam, Team Faldo
10:42 a.m. — Team Price, Team Cink
10:54 a.m. — Team Singh, Team Player
11:06 a.m. — Team T. Waston, Team Harrington
11:18 a.m. — Team Furyk, Team Lehman
11:30 a.m. — Team O’Meara, Team Duval
Grande Lakes will play at 7,122 yards with a par of 72 for the pros. Originally called the Father-Son Challenge, the event has expanded to include pro golfers and a parent or child. One prerequisite is that each group have a major championship winner.
Justin Thomas teamed up with his dad Mike to win the 2020 tournament. Tiger Woods and his son Charlie finished seventh.
Tiger Woods Score Today:
The final kinda-official PGA Tour event of the calendar year got a big boost when Tiger Woods announced that he’ll play this week’s PNC Championship in Florida with Charlie, his 12-year-old son.
Woods has been the rare athlete who shoulders massive expectations and exceeds them. This go-around, as he readies to turn 46, we should expect less.
- Dates: Thursday, Dec. 16-Sunday, Dec. 19
- TV Channels: NBC, Golf Channel
- Live streams: Peacock Premium, golfchannel.com, fuboTV
Golf Channel, NBC and Peacock Premium will all be broadcasting different hours of the PNC Championship. Friday’s rounds will solely be on Golf Channel. Saturday and Sunday’s rounds will start on Peacock Premium, then show on Golf Channel and then end on NBC. Thursday’s pro-am round will not be televised, but that is the one round Woods will not be participating in.