Larry and Drew Nelson shoot 13-under 59 to finish the two-day scramble at 25-under-par.
Larry and Drew Nelson shot 25-under in the two-round tournament to win the Office Depot Father/Son Challenge, earning a one-shot victory over Bob and David Charles. "We wanted to win to make sure we'd be back next year," said Larry Nelson, who pocketed $200,000 for the victory. "It's nice to win this first one. We played well together. It was a great week."
25-under par tied a tournament record set by Raymond and Ray Floyd, Jr. in 1995, the Charles team in 1998, Jack and Gary Nicklaus and Raymond and Robert Floyd in 1999.
"For a retired golfer, this was a pretty good week for me," said Drew Nelson. "There wasn't desperation, but the way the Charles' made eight or nine birdies in a row, it got our attention. Drew had played some mini-tour events in North Carolina this year.
Defending champs Hale and Steve Irwin carded a 65 on Sunday to tie for 12th to tie with the only two non father/son teams: Arnold Palmer and his grandson Sam Saunders and Lee Janzen and Payne Stewart's son Aaron.