Report: Tiger could return at PNC Championship in 2 weeks

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Tiger Woods could make his return to golf at the PNC Championship two weeks from now, alongside his son Charlie, sources told's Dylan Dethier.

Woods will reportedly test how he is feeling next week before deciding if he will play at the tournament. The PNC is holding a spot for Woods in case he is available, according to Golfweek's Eamon Lynch.

The tournament's Twitter account further stoked the speculation that Woods could be competing, teasing that one more spot remains for a former major champion.

The PGA TOUR shared a video this week of Woods making full swings in the Bahamas. He hasn't competed in a TOUR event since he was injured in a car accident in February.

The PNC Championship is a 36-hole team event scheduled for Dec. 18-19. The field is typically comprised of professional golfers paired with one of their family members. Tiger and Charlie Woods finished seventh out of 20 teams in 2020.

The tournament could make sense for Woods' return because it's only two rounds and he would be able to use a cart. The PNC Championship's format also allows teams to select either of the players' tee shots, which means Woods wouldn't have to tee off on many holes - so long as Charlie can find the fairway.

Report: Tiger could return at PNC Championship in 2 weeks
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