The PNC Championship this year features a reunion of Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods. After a heartbreakingly close second place result behind John Daly and his son, John II, who plays college golf for Arkansas, they will be making their third appearance together. This weekend, December 17–18, the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida will play host to the 2022 PNC Championship. Tiger Woods, a 15-time major winner, will compete with his son Charlie, a rising star in his own right, after placing seventh in 2020 and second last year.
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Event: PNC Championship | Dates: Dec. 17-18
Location: Ritz-Carlton Golf Club — Orlando, Florida
Par: 72 | Yardage: 7,106 | Purse: $1.09 million
TV Channel: NBC ( Try fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!)
The 36-hole scramble will feature 20 teams competing in this year’s PNC Championship, which is in its 25th year. Along with Woods and his son, notable competitors in the field include Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Nelly Korda, John Daly and John Daly II, the current winners. The complete player roster and more details on how to watch the 2022 PNC Championship live streaming are included below.
When he nearly made a birdie on his way to defeating John Daly and his son for the championship last year, Tiger’s kid won the day. He’ll be the big attraction in 2022 after a year of improvement and a golf swing that is about as good as it gets for a teenager.
How to watch Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods game at 2022 PNC Championship
Saturday, December 17:
- 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM – Peacock
- 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM – NBC (Try fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!)
Sunday, December 18:
- 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Peacock
- 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM – Golf Channel
- 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM – NBC ( Try fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!)
PNC Championship 2022 Tee Times
10:20 am: Team Duval, Team Price
10:33 am: Team Singh, Team Faldo
10:46 am: Team Cink, Team Leonard
10:59 am: Team O’Meara, Team Lehman
11:12 am: Team Furyk, Team Langer
11:25 am: Team Player, Team Trevino
11:38 am: Team Spieth, Team Korda
11:51 am: Team Daly, Team Harrington
12:04 pm: Team Sorenstam, Team Kuchar
12:17 pm: Team Woods, Team Thomas
2022 PNC Championship Players:
- Connor Cink – Stewart Cink
- John Daly – Little John Daly Jr.
- Brady Duval – David Duval
- Matthew Faldo – Nick Faldo
- Jim Furyk – Tanner Furyk
- Padraig Harrington – Patrick Harrington
- Nelly Korda – Petr Korda
- Carson Kuchar – Matt Kuchar
- Bernhard Langer – Jason Langer
- Sean Lehman – Tom Lehman
- Justin Leonard – Luke Leonard
- Will McGee – Annika Sorenstam
- Mark O’Meara – Shaun O’Meara
- Gary Player – Jordan Player
- Greg Price – Nick Price
- Qass Singh – Vijay SIngh
- Jordan Spieth – Shawn Spieth
- Justin Thomas – Mike Thomas
- Daniel Trevino – Lee Trevino
- Charlie Woods – Tiger Woods
What can we anticipate from Tiger Woods and his son Charlie?
This might be Tiger’s final competitive appearance until the 2023 Masters in February, if not April. With the assurance of 36 holes and the use of a golf cart because of his leg and plantar fasciitis in his right foot, I anticipate seeing some classic Tiger moments. The days of slapping at the driver and rushing in putts are long gone, so now is the time to enjoy carving irons and hitting exquisite pitches and chips.
He had some rust in The Match 7 last week, but he also displayed signals that his game was close by hitting a couple filthy iron shots. Although it is still a family-friendly event, Tiger will insist on using most of Charlie’s shots from the tee to the green as he watches and enjoys a few holes with his son Charlie