Tiger, Charlie Woods commit to PNC Championship
Tiger Woods and son Charlie will play in the PNC Championship in mid-December.
"It is an amazing gift to be able to share my love of golf with Charlie and we genuinely do look forward to playing in the PNC Championship all years," Tiger said, per The Associated Press. "Competing together, against a field of so many golfing greats and their families, is so special."
The duo have competed in the parent-child event for the past three years. Tiger recently announced he'd compete at the Hero World Challenge at the end of November. It will mark his first appearance since withdrawing from the Masters in April.
Team Woods finished eighth at the PNC last year, second in 2021, and seventh in 2020. The tournament uses a two-player scramble format, handicapped by tees based on age.
Tiger has been spotted caddying for Charlie, now 14, at numerous events while recovering from ankle surgery throughout the year. Charlie recently won a state title in Florida with his school team.
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