Love him or hate him, Johnny Miller never is at a loss for an opinion, and he showcased that after teaming with son Andy to post a 9-under in the opening round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
Jack Nicklaus teamed up with his son Jack Nicklaus II during the first round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge and found that while the power that made him so good on the PGA Tour has left him, he still commands the crowd's attention and respect.
The sons playing in this weekend's PNC Father/Son Challenge range from strong junior and amateur golfers to players who are relatively new to the game. Still, this "family major" is a highlight for the major-winning dads and their kids.
Three members of the Nicklaus family – Jack, Jack II and Jack III – will be in attendance at this weekend's PNC Father/Son Challenge. Jack and Jack II will play while Jack III will caddie for his dad.
The PNC Father/Son Challenge isn't as much about the trophy as it is about the people, but don't think it's not competitive.
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Earlier this week, the Jack Nicklaus Award watch list was announced. While I have no real problem with doing this, lets be realistic about how many players can actually win this award. FIVE. I now give you the Lance Ringler watch list: 1. Rickie Fowler, Oklahoma State 2. Michael Thompson, Alabama 3. Jamie Lovemark, USC 4. Kevin Chappell, UCLA 5. Joel Sjoholm, Georgia St. - Lance Posted April 9