ORLANDO, Fla. – Jason Langer made a 16-foot eagle putt at the first hollow of a playoff Sunday to provide father Bernard his fourth victory within the PNC Father Son Problem.

The Langers closed with a 2nd instantly 12-under 60 to check Retief and Leo Goosen and Tom and Thomas Lehman atop the leaderboard within the scramble tournament for main champions at The Ritz-Carlton Golfing Membership Orlando.

After the 62-year-old Bernhard hit the green at the par-5 18th, the 19-year-old Jason hit a 3-wood method from 270 yards to arrange the profitable putt.

“I have observed grasp photographs in majors and Ryder Cups, far and wide. For our circle of relatives it does not get a lot better than that one,” Bernhard mentioned. “He hit an incredible 3-wood in legislation and it got here only a couple yards brief, then hit an excellent higher one within the playoff – 270 into the wind and he flew it the entire manner there. One thing I have no idea the right way to do, I do not have that during me, so it used to be amusing for me to look at. The noise the ball made when he struck it used to be impressive.”


Complete-field rankings from PNC Father-Son Problem


Bernard used to be requested about Jason – who additionally received together with his father in 2014 – returning subsequent yr.

“If someone wins, they get the danger to protect, however we can have an entire yr to talk about,” Bernhard mentioned.

Bernhard is one in the back of Raymond Floyd at the victory record within the tournament.

The Goosens, two strokes forward after a gap 58, had a 62. The Lehmans shot 59.

Annika and father Tom Sorenstam had a 71 to tie for final in 20-team subject. Annika used to be the primary feminine to play within the tournament.

“It is been a gorgeous week general, with a gorgeous, ‘Thanks’ to PNC for web hosting us and having us right here,” Annika mentioned. “Due to all enthusiasts who got here out and households, for supporting us. The entire week used to be simply superior.”



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