Vijay Singh and son Qass Singh pose with the trophies after winning the PNC Championship

Singhs on song at PNC Championship

Charlie Woods putts out while being watched by father Tiger. The pair finished T8th.

A second-round 59 from Vijay Singh and son Qass saw the duo clinch the PNC Championship by two shots at the Grande Lakes course at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Florida.

Trailing son and father team of Justin and Mike Thomas by two shots overnight, and level with Team Woods, Team Singh’s biggest challengers on day two proved last year’s winners Team Daly, who also registered a round of 59.

The Singh’s struck for 11 birdies and an eagle, to match their efforts from the opening round in Florida and post a final score of 26-under to take the title.

Singh Snr said: “We went out there really hard. I think we birdied the first seven holes and today Qass hit two of the best 2-irons I’ve ever seen in my career. The one on 14 was just incredible. So he played really well. I’m really proud of him and you know we putted well as well.”

Singh Jnr added: “I’m so thrilled. This is already the best week, but winning with dad is going to be a memory I’m going to have forever.”

Woods and son Charlie found things tougher going on Sunday after the previous days’ 59, with the pair finishing tied for eighth in the end on 7-under after a round of 65.

“It was an incredible week just to be able to play with Charlie and to be able to experience it, again with the Thomases,” said Woods Snr. “Charlie and I played great yesterday, but today we were both like walking penguins out there. It was all good, though. It was neat to be able to roll back the clock for Charlie to show him what I used to be capable of.”

Charlie Woods added: “It was great being with dad, after working so hard to get here. For me, with school as well and him just the injury, being out there with a great atmosphere and everyone being out there it was awesome.”