Tiger Woods confirms he WILL play the PNC Championship with son Charlie

"I'm playing as a Dad and I couldn't be more proud"

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Wed, 8 Dec 2021

Tiger Woods confirms he WILL play the PNC Championship with son Charlie

Tiger Woods has confirmed he will play the PNC Championship with his son Charlie Woods. 

The big cat, 45, took to his social media channels to confirm the news. 

It comes after he was seen hitting balls on the range at the Hero World Challenge. 

Woods was seen hitting every club in the bag and even wore his classic red and black outfit on Sunday.

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Woods has not played professional golf since he crashed his luxury SUV in February. 

He had to be extricated from the vehicle and did not speak in public until his press conference in Albany, Bahamas last week.

There he detailed just how difficult his recovery has been. 

Woods stated that he thought he was halfway through his recovery process. 

He could not commit to when he would be able to play on the PGA Tour again, but hopes to one day. 

"But I gotta get there," he said. 

The PNC Championship will take place over 18-19 December. 

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