One of the most entertaining events of the year takes place starting today, the PNC Father/Son Challenge in Orlando, Florida. This event is not just limited to fathers and sons as some of the legends of the game actually team up with their daughters and grandsons.
This 18-team field made up of players that have a combined 492 professional wins on the PGA and European Tours, including 67 major championships. The field consists of teams of two competing in a scramble format over 18 holes for a $1 million purse.
A few of the teams include Arnold Palmer and his grandson, Will; Jack Nicklaus and his son Gary Nicklaus; Fuzzy Zoeller and his daughter Gretchen; Larry Nelson and son John; Bernhard Langer and his daughter Christina and Nick Faldo with his son Matthew to name a few.
Check out the PNC Father/Son Challenge Pro-Am today at 5PM ET.
Friday, December 14: 5PM ET (Pro-Am on Golf Channel)
Saturday, December 15: 4PM ET (Round 1 on NBC)
Sunday, December 16: 3PM ET (Round 2 on NBC)
Starting 6:30PM ET (Replays of Round 1 and 2 on Golf Channel)
A member at Colonial Country Club, Ryan Palmer put his local knowledge to use Thursday, carding an 8-under 62 in the opening round of Crowne Plaza Invitational to open up a two-shot lead. Read More
Contributions from writers and editors on the Golf Channel Digital team.
- Euro chief: Sergio has several 'colored' friends
- Garcia calls O'Grady's remarks 'unfortunate'
- Zoeller expects Garcia controversy to 'blow over'
- Sergio's 'chicken' jab | Apology | Tiger: Hurtful
- Palmer fires 62, grabs early Colonial lead | Scores
- Stars stumble in BMW PGA | 41 by Rory | Scores
- Grill Room: Trevino regrets 'Happy Gilmore' cameo
- USC on verge of team, individual titles at NCAAs
- USGA, R&A ban anchored stroke | Explanation
- Mell: Disagree with anchor ban, but pure intent
- Anchor lawyer: Hope for best, prepare for worst
- LPGA Bahamas going 12 holes in Rd. 1 | Tee times