How Much Prize Money Did Tiger Woods and Charlie Win at the 2023 PNC Championship?

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The PNC Championship has come to an end with Bernhard Langer and son Jason Langer having the last laugh. The action-packed extravaganza that went on for two days was nothing but entertaining. Despite all the action and the Langer’s glorious three-peat, the duo whose presence echoed through the Ritz-Carlton corridors has been of Tiger Woods and his son Charlie.

But one question remains, how much did team Woods earn after they paired up yet again for the PNC Championship? Though the event is more inclined towards embracing the family aspect of life, it also doesn’t ignore the money perspective as well. Thus giving Tiger Woods and his son something to soothe their defeat.

The 2023 PNC Championship can be called an unofficial PGA Tour showstopper of the year. Thus this exhilarating experience ignites a frenzy among fans and players alike, ticking all the entertainment boxes. The event also is the second time fans got to see Tiger Woods in action after his Hero World Challenge comeback. So, how much did the 15X Major Champion win in this trial?

With Charlie Woods as a strong pillar beside him, and daughter Sam Woods on the bag, the 47-year-old was able to win $47,000 from the event. Team Woods finished at T5 at the event with a massive comeback on the final day, including Jr. Woods’s incredible chip-in. This cruised the Bahamas duo to win a five-figure amount.

Four other teams excluding the father-son duo will be receiving the $47K prize money, marking this moment as something unique in the history of the PNC Championship. This prize money is quite decent for a two-day event and in some ways, this shows the PNC Championship’s impact. Apart from the player winnings, the Championship is also inclined towards charity and is expected to donate funds to a larger-than-life cause, something which they did in the previous editions of the event. But, at the moment the amount has yet not been revealed.

Apart from the popular duo, the champs, Bernhard and Jason Langer will receive a total prize money of $200,000. Whereas popular partners like Nelly Korda-Petr Korda and Justin Thomas-Mike Thomas will be receiving $42,750 each. Annika Sorenstam and Will McGee, whose tears stole the hearts of fans will have to be satisfied with $43,750. 

The PNC Championship is far bigger than its decent prize pool. The priceless moments with their family would likely be the players’ biggest takeaways from this wondrous event.

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