If Tiger Woods and his 11-year-old son Charlie Woods teaming up together at the PNC Championship this weekend wasn't already exciting enough, Woods' caddie Joe LaCava has revealed his own son will be caddying for Charlie.
The two-day annual exhibition tees up at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday and it will comprise of a Scramble format.
LaCava has been caddying for 15-time major champion Woods for nearly a decade, and it sounds as though his son Joe LaCava Jr is keen to follow in his dad's footsteps.
"There is one fun nugget that Tiger mentioned to me a number of months ago when he was kind of debating whether or not they would play in the PNC this year," VP of TGR Ventures Rob McNamara told Golf Digest.
"He said 'Wouldn't it be fun if I had Joe LaCava Jr caddie for Charlie?"
Charlie Woods will become the youngest competitor in the event's history at the age of 11 years old, and it's also fair to say he is the most anticipated of all past entries given he is the young cub of a 15-time major champion.
Woods' son has set pulses racing after winning back-to-back junior events over the summer with a combined 18-hole score of 4-under par!
A total of 20 teams will be lining up in the 36-hole exhibition. Other notable teams teeing it up include Justin Thomas and his father Mike, and Matt Kuchar and his son - the latter whom caddied for Kuchar en route to a nine-stroke team victory alongside Harris English at the QBE Shootout last weekend.