David Duval and stepson Nick Karavites shot 10-under-par 62 on Sunday to win the 2016 PNC Father/Son Challenge with a 123 (-21) total.
The duo defeated 2013 PNC champions Stewart and Connor Cink, newcomers Retief and Leo Goosen, and Fred and Taylor Funk by one shot to earn the $200,000 first-place check.
Duval, who won the 2001 Open Championship, will now add another piece of golf history to his trophy cabinet. The PNC Father/Son Championship winners receive the Willie Park belts, named for the first father and son duo to win the Open Championship, Willie Park Sr. and Jr.
David Duval and his stepson, Nick Karavites, shot 11-under-par 61 to take the first-round lead at the 2016 PNC Father/Son Challenge.
The duo birdied Nos. 1, 3-7, 13-16 and 18 to open up a one-stroke lead over Fred and Taylor Funk.
Jack Nicklaus and his son Jack II are playing together in the PNC Father/Son Challenge for the eight time this weekend. Their best finish as a team was second in 2003. The pair’s only expectations this year are to enjoy the time together.
Lanny and son, Tucker, Will return to the PNC Father/Son Challenge to Defend their Title
John and Little John "LJ" Daly are looking forward to making their debut at this year's PNC Father/Son Challenge at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, Dec. 8-11. John says they have watched the PNC Father/Son Challenge on TV in the past and LJ’s eyes light up knowing he's going to play in the event this year.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Two-time U.S. Open winner Retief Goosen will wear several hats when making his PNC Father/Son Challenge debut alongside son, Leo, this year. The 47-year-old South African will take on the role of swing coach, mental coach and, most importantly, dad, when the duo tee it up at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, Dec. 8-11. As an eighth-grader, Leo plays on the varsity golf team at Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando. He also competes on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour and U.S. Kids Golf Tour.