Woods is unable to make up ground as Singh and his son finally win PNC
PNC Golf Championship
Charlie Woods, 13, said that after working so hard to get here (for him, just the injury, and me, school), it was wonderful to be with his father.
It felt even better for Singh, the three-time major champion who first competed in the PNC Championship in 2003 when his son, ...
...Qass, was 13 years old. Being out there in such a great atmosphere with everyone else there made it feel even better.
Qass, who is 32 and works in insurance, claimed that we have desired this for a very long time.
It's been far too long, but finally, Qass said.
Consequently, I'm overjoyed and thrilled. This has already been the best week, so this just makes it even better.
Little John Daly rolled in an 18-foot eagle putt for a 59 to get to 24 under, and Qass Singh hit the shot of the day with a hybrid on the par-5 14th to about 4 feet for eagle at about the same time.
However, for the golf, that was the best thing to happen.
Charlie remarked as his father struggled to hold back his laughter, "I feel like I already knew what he was capable ...
...of, and then yesterday, that's the best he's ever played in a while And that kind of shocked me a little bit.".
Woods responded, "I used to be good. Thomas, the 29-year-old PGA champion, was beat by a shot on the fifth hole.
When I said it in jest yesterday, Thomas said, "He's longer than I am with a driver when he's feeling well.".
Yes, it's very impressive. You can tell that he is very, very strong, and very fit right now. He is just dealing with the other issues. But I'm sure he would trade 10 yards to be able to walk every day and feel well.
The tournament means a lot to Woods at this point in his career; he had to withdraw from the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas due to a foot injury, and he is unsure of when he will be able to play again in 2023.
An extended family has developed within the Thomas clan.
Together, inside the ropes, Woods recalled, we had the most incredible time.