When Will Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods Tee Off at the Ritz-Carlton: PNC Championship Saturday Tee Times and Pairings Explored

Published 12/14/2023, 10:37 PM EST

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The family event of the PGA Tour is just a few hours away. With it, the curiosity of the public has been rising to see their favorite duos tee it up at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club. Unsurprisingly, the most anticipated pair is Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods, as Woods Sr. is playing for the second time after coming back from his almost 7-month-long hiatus. 

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The legendary golfer and his son were a few of the last pairs to confirm their seats in the players’ field. Nonetheless, they are to be in the field and are supposed to go against Woods’s PGA Tour ‘younger brother‘ and long-time close friend, Justin Thomas. 

When will team Woods tee it up?

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The PNC Championship will start its official round one on Saturday 16th December, followed by the final round on Sunday. The 36-hole scrambled format play will be held on the golf course of Ritz-Carlton GC and will have two days of Pro-Am sessions on 14th and 15th December. The last Pro-Am will be broadcast on the Golf Channel.

After playing the Pro-Am rounds, the pairs of PNC Championship will be gearing up to duke it out for the $200,000 winner’s cut alongside the Willie Park Trophy. Team Woods would be starting at 8:22 a.m. with Justin Thomas and his father, Mike Thomas, on the first tee. 

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The tee timing has been pushed up a bit as there is a risk of rain disrupting the play. The pair to start the official round one is Bernhard Langer with his son, Jason Langer, against 2013 winners Stewart Cink and Reagan Cink. 

Moreover, the debuting pair of the field, Steve Stricker and her daughter Izzi Stricker, are headed to battle it against LPGA star pro, Nelly Korda and her father, Petr Korda. While Retief Goosen and his father, Leo Goosen, will duke it out against defending champions, Vijay Singh and Qass Singh. The event will be enthralling as it will display the hidden camaraderie between the families. To catch all the drama, here is the full tee time with the broadcast schedule.

Full schedule for day one

For round one, the Peacock will start the live stream from 8:15 a.m. NBC and The Golf Channel will broadcast from 2:30-6:00 p.m. and 1:30-2:30 p.m., respectively. The gates will open at 7:00 a.m. and the game will start at first tee by 7:30 a.m. 

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Tee timePlayers
7:30 a.m.
Team Langer, Team Cink
7:43 a.m.
Team Annika, Team Harrington
7:56 a.m.
Team Singh, Team Goosen
8:09 a.m.
Team Korda, Team Stricker
8:22 a.m.
Team Woods, Team Thomas

10th tee

Tee timePlayer
7:30 a.m.
Team O’Meara, Team Kuchar
7:43 a.m.
Team Leonard, Team Faldo
7:56 a.m.
Team Trevino, Team Lehman
8:09 a.m.
Team Price, Team Furyk
8:22 a.m.
Team Duval, Team Daly

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Teams are ready and set to play at the PNC Championship in Ritz-Carlton GC. The excitement is brewing among golf fans as the pairs prepare to battle it out against each other. If you’re one of them, share your favorite pick of the lot in the comments.

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From a very young age, I, Huda Khambe, have been striving for excellence, and as a Golf Writer at EssentiallySports, my endeavor has only amplified. Having grown up watching Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam bag major after major, I couldn?t help but learn more about the intricacies of the sport, and now I combine that knowledge with my inherent storytelling skills and write about the gentleman's sport, bringing news to life for the readers. As a journalist who lives by the motto 'Girls for Girls', I am hellbent on covering the niche aspects of the sport and giving the readers unique insights about the LPGA and women's golf as a whole. Off hours too, my life involves sports of sorts, with me often engrossed in watching livestreams of Valorant and Counterstrike!
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