The PGA Tour Champions PNC Father Son Challenge was held last weekend and the duo of Bernhard and Jason Langer took home the trophy for the the second time. They emerged victories after AJGA alumnus Jason Langer drained a putt for eagle on the first hole of a sudden death playoff.
AJGA tournament host Annika Sorenstam played in the event with her father and made history by becoming the first female professional to play in the tournament.
Making history is great and doing it alongside your family is even better 🙌— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) December 8, 2019
Our @nikkibgolf caught up with @ANNIKA59 after she became the first female professional to play in the #PNCFatherSon Challenge this week! #CelebrateFamily @PNCBank pic.twitter.com/0DgLUnHzfr
Henrik Stenson earned his first win in more than two years after carding an 18-under 270 to take the Hero World Challenge title. Stenson had four-straight rounds in the 60s to edge Jon Rahm by one stroke. The top finishing AJGA alumnus in the event was Patrick Reed who finished third and finished two shots back of Stenson. He was followed by Tiger Woods who finished fourth.