Tiger Woods and son Charlie will compete in the PNC Championship once again

With his son as his partner, Tiger Woods is making a comeback to the PNC Championship, a 36-hole competition in Florida that has grown to be one of his favorites.

For the fourth year in a row, Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods, 14, are competing in the PNC Championship, the only competition he has missed in the previous four years due to injuries.

“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,” Woods said on Wednesday. “Competing together, against a field of so many golfing greats and their families, is so special.”

The PNC Championship is Dec. 16-17 at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando at Grande Lakes.

Ten months after suffering severe injuries to his right leg and ankle in a vehicle accident in Los Angeles, Woods and his son finished in second place in 2021. In 2020, they made their debut placing seventh, and in 2019, they tied for eighth.

For the first time since undergoing surgery to fuse his right ankle during the Masters in April, Woods will compete at his Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas the following week. Woods is permitted to travel on a cart at the PNC Championship as it is administered by the PGA Tour Champions.

Major champions or The Players Championship winners are eligible to compete in the tournament. Originally a father-son activity, it has evolved into a contemporary affair where tour participants date their sons, daughters, grandkids, and even parents.

Steve Stricker, who played on the PGA Tour Champions this year and won three of the four majors, and his daughter Izzi, a Wisconsin state high school winner, are newcomers to the field this year.

For his sixth year in the game, Padraig Harrington is partnered with Ciaran, his youngest son, rather than Paddy.

“It was actually Ciaran watching Paddy and I play together out there these last couple of years that really ignited his passion for the game, which shows what a very special event this is,” Harrington stated. “He must have watched me play in hundreds of events over the years, and it has taken the unique atmosphere and experience of the PNC Championship to inspire him!”

Lee Trevino, who is 84 years old and the only player to have participated in the PNC Championship each year since it started in 1995, is also returning.

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