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Team Love set scoring records to win PNC Father-Son Challenge

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    Written by Associated Press

    Dru Love's eagle on No. 14 at PNC Father Son

    ORLANDO, Fla. -- Davis Love III and Dru Love closed with a 16-under 56 in a scramble format to set two tournament records and win the PNC Father-Son Challenge by three shots Sunday.

    Team Love shot 27 on the front nine at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, took the lead with a birdie at No. 11 and finished off the record round with four more birdies and an eagle. The 56 beat by one the record previously held by Raymond Floyd and his son in 1995, and by Bob Charles and his son in 1998.

    John and Little John Daly shot 62 and tied for second with Retief and Leo Goosen and Stewart and Connor Cink.

    Team Love finished at 26-under 118, breaking by one shot the record in the scramble format.

    Things to Know

    First-Round Lead Notes

    14 of 21: First-round leaders/co-leaders at the PNC Father Son Challenge to win, including 10 of last 12

    2: Since 2004, winning teams to come from behind; 2015, Lanny/Tucker Wadkins, 2 strokes back

    5: Times a sub-60 score has led after first round, with all but 2018/Team Daly/59 going on to win (2017/Team Cabrera/59, 2006/Team Langer/59, 2005/Team Langer/59, 1998/Team Charles/57)

    Davis/Dru Love (1st/-26)

    Retief/Leo Goosen (T2/-23)

    Stewart/Connor Cink (T2/-23)

    John/Little John Daly (T2/-23)