Tiger Woods Makes Comeback at PNC Championship with son, Charlie

Tiger Woods Makes Comeback at PNC Championship with son, Charlie Photo: TT
Tiger Woods gestures during the trophy ceremony of the Hero World Challenge PGA Tour at the Albany Golf Club, in New Providence, Bahamas, Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021

Earlier this year, golf legend Tiger Woods suffered a fatal blow in a car crash. Due to serious injuries, it prohibits him to do physical activities and even playing competitive golf.

Woods even thought that it might be his last chance to play full-time golf due to the seriousness of the injuries and how it largely affects his well-being.

The 15-time major champion is now set to play in the 36-hole PNC Championship with his son, Charlie. He excitedly expressed in an interview that he is looking forward to joining the PNC Championship and he will be playing more of a father than a player. The PNC Championship will be filled with golf champions alongside their parents or children.

Woods’ next target after the PNC Championship is the 150th Open at St. Andrews, as this could be a great way to make his official comeback. At the same time, he had more physical preparation, as the event will be held in July 2022.

The PNC Championship will be held on December 18-19, 2021, and was organized by the PGA Tour. To be invited to the exclusive event, the player must have won a major championship or the player’s championship in the past.

Expected participants would be Rich & Michael Beem, Nick & Matthew Faldo, Bubba Watson & Wayne Ball, Nelly Korda & Petr Korda.

PNC Championship is a whole new kind of championship, as major champions have brought their family members to play golf with them. For sure, it will be a fun-filled family-oriented competition than a heated one.

Maree cartujano
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