Tiger Woods will make his return to golf after his severe car crash in February. The moment the golf world has been waiting for is finally here. Woods will be teaming with his 12-year-old son Charlie Woods in the upcoming 2021 PNC Championship, which is also known as the father-son golf tournament.
Tiger Woods made his much awaited return to the golf course alongside his son at the PNC Championship pro-am Friday. The golf legend spent months rehabilitating the significant injuries he sustained in the car accident.
The father-son duo wore a pair of matching all-black kit. This particular event is special for him because it allows former Major Championship or the Players Championship winners to compete with a member of their family. According to a People insider report, Woods had “been dreaming about playing golf with his son again.”
Woods and his son competed for the same event last year as well. The Woods father-son duo finished seventh last year, which is pretty good for Charlie’s PGA debut. He’s one of the youngest contestants at the event. On Dec. 8th, Woods tweeted:
“Although it’s been a long and challenging year, I am very excited to close it out by competing in the @PNCchampionshipwith my son Charlie.”
Words can’t describe the joy Tiger feels as they experience golfing together. “It’s memories for a lifetime,” for him. He will play with Charlie on Saturday and Sunday.
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H/T to People for transcription.