Bernhard Langer captures fifth PNC Championship, third with son Jason
ORLANDO, Fla. – Bernhard Langer capped off his memorable, record-setting season by teaming with his son to post a 13-under 59 in 30 mph wind for a two-shot victory Sunday in the PNC Championship.
Langer and son Jason, who works for an investment bank in New York, had 10 birdies in 11 holes to overcome a three-shot deficit early. Langer tied the PNC Championship record with his fifth win – three with Jason, two with older son Stefan. Raymond Floyd also won five titles.
Tiger Woods and 14-year-old son Charlie tied for fifth after a 61. The highlight was Charlie chipping in for birdie on the ninth hole with a celebration that looked very much like his father, who could only smile.
David Duval and son Brady finished birdie-eagle to be runner-up.
The 66-year-old Langer, a two-time Masters champion, earlier this year set the PGA TOUR Champions Record with his 46th career victory.