John Daly, record with his son Al PNC – Tennis Sports

Tiger Woods may not be ready for tour-level golf. He can still offer quite a few shows. Woods and his 12-year-old son Charlie set a tournament record with 11 straight birdies and finished John Daly and his college son on Sunday in a remarkable return from a car accident 10 months ago that severely injured his right leg. I pushed it up. In the PNC Championship.

Freshmen at the University of Arkansas, Daily and John Daily II, won with two shots. It may have been the widest woods I’ve ever laughed at after the runner-up finish. “The fact that I got this opportunity this year-even a few weeks ago I wasn’t really sure if I would do this,” Woods said.

“But we are here. And we had the best time ever.” Birdie Streak ended in the last hole, giving Team Daily room for unnecessary errors.

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Daily took the birdie on the 16th hole and regained the lead. They stayed in front when both Woods and his son were severely lacking in the par 5 closing hole and missed the 8-foot birdie putt.

Daily and John Daly II set an important record by appearing in Birdie at 57 on the 18th. They finished at 27 under par and broke one tournament mark set by Davis Love III and his son three years ago. The most popular off-season event, where major champions and families pair, suddenly felt tense on a warm afternoon in Florida. This is all due to Woods and all the reasons he decided to play again.

Woods suffered multiple injuries to his right leg on February 23 when an SUV traveling at 85 mph passed the median outskirts of Los Angeles and crashed down a hill. He said amputation is possible. It took him three months to get up with the help of crutches.

He ended the year with a red shirt on Sunday, drilled a birdie putt, delivered short irons, spawned birdies one after another, and chased them as they used to. This wasn’t just Woods. His son played this event for the second year in a row and delivered the goods in one fell swoop. Especially on the 17th of the par 3, he took the lead to 18th with 4 feet from the 5 iron.

Team Daily was behind the two groups and stabilized it. Only a month ago, Woods first posted a three-second video showing him hitting a short iron with a “progressive” message. He hit the ball behind the range in the Bahamas Albany two weeks ago.

He was able to ride a cart at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando and helped to attend the 36-hole event. And he continued to insist that tour-level golf is still a long way off and there is a lot of work to do before him. But there was no shortage of birdies, big names, and lots of hope for the end of the fairy tale.

“Competitive juices, they never disappear. This is my environment,” Woods said. “This is something I’ve been doing for the rest of my life. I’m very grateful to have this opportunity again.”

– Tennis Sports

John Daly, record with his son Al PNC John Daly, record with his son Al PNC

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