Nelly Korda is extremely excited to play in the PNC Championship alongside her father Petr, becoming only the second-ever female golfer to compete in the event.
In order to compete, you need to win a major championship and then you may invite either a father, grandfather, son or daughter to partner with.
Korda, the World No.1, won her first major title at the Women's PGA Championship at the Highlands Course in June. She can now take her father to Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando.
Petr has produced two fantastic golfers. Jessica Korda, Nelly's sister, is a six-time winner on the LPGA Tour and she has represented America three times at the Solheim Cup.
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"I've been telling my dad, I’m like, ‘It’s my offseason. Like you’re the star of the show. It’s your time to shine, he’s going to be the one dropping bombs," Nelly said ahead of the PNC Championship.
"I win only like 1 up, and I don’t give him any shots. Like either he just gets in my head, or he just turns it on when he putts."
We could be in for a Korda masterclass if Petr is able to match her superstar daughter when they face off. But he supposedly never plays golf, he has recently got a new set of clubs after giving away his old set eight years ago.
They had the pleasure of playing with nine-time major winning legend Gary Player and his grandson Jordan in the Pro-Am on Thursday and they are set to play with Open champion David Duval and his son Brady in today's Pro-Am.
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Korda, who has seven LPGA Tour wins in her career, is used to playing alongside tough opponents. She may have to give her father a helping hand this weekend in Florida.
"I told Nelly, ‘I’m the tennis player.’ I feel like I don’t belong over here. I’ll try my best, and hopefully, she’s not going to be disappointed.
"That special role I had when I was telling my kids what to do, not to do, I think after this tournament will be gone because they will be the ones telling me what to do and how to do it."