2018 PNC Father-Son Challenge money: Purse, winner's share, prize money payout
PGA Tour

2018 PNC Father-Son Challenge money: Purse, winner’s share, prize money payout



The 2018 PNC Father-Son Challenge purse is set for $1.085 million, with the money split between the players in the 20 two-player teams competing at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Fla.

The winner's share of the PNC Father-Son Challenge prize pool is at $200,000, with the second-place team taking home $80,000.

The PNC Father-Son Challenge field is headed by teams anchored only by major winners (or former Players champions).
Jack Nicklaus is teaming with his grandson G.T., the one who made the ace in the Masters Par-3 Contest as a caddie. John Daly and his son Little John Daly are also a captivating team.

The PNC Father-Son Challenge is played as a 36-hole scramble.

2018 PNC Father-Son Challenge prize money, winner's share, first-place payout

Click header to sort

POS PLAYER TO PAR R1 R2 TOTAL MONEY
1 Team Davis Love -26 62 56 118 $200,000
T2 Team Retief Goosen -23 63 58 121 $62,417
T2 Team Stewart Cink -23 61 60 121 $62,417
T2 Team John Daly -23 59 62 121 $62,417
5 Team David Toms -21 60 63 123 $49,000
6 Team Jack Nicklaus -19 61 64 125 $48,000
T7 Team Jerry Pate -18 63 63 126 $46,500
T7 Team Lee Janzen -18 62 64 126 $46,500
T9 Team Matt Kuchar -17 65 62 127 $44,500
T9 Team Jim Furyk -17 64 63 127 $44,500
T9 Team Vijay Singh -17 64 63 127 $44,500
T12 Team Tom Kite -16 65 63 128 $43,250
T12 Team Mark O'Meara -16 63 65 128 $43,250
14 Team David Duval -15 66 63 129 $42,500
15 Team Darren Clarke -13 67 64 131 $42,000
16 Team Bernhard Langer -12 68 64 132 $41,500
T17 Team Lee Trevino -11 66 67 133 $40,750
T17 Team Nick Faldo -11 64 69 133 $40,750
19 Team Greg Norman -10 68 66 134 $40,250
20 Team Nick Price -8 67 69 136 $40,000

About the author

Golf News Net

Golf News Net

We use the Golf News Net byline sometimes just to change things up. But, it's one of us humans writing the story, we promise.

Sometimes we post sponsored content from this account, and it is labeled as such. We also occasionally include links to products and services from which we could make a small percentage of a sale through affiliate programs.