Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods’ Next Stop Confirmed: Legacy To Be Continued

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It is Tiger Woods and his fans era! After months of staying silent, the golfer is feeding his well-wishers nothing but great updates back-to-back. Following his comeback news a few days ago, new reports reveal that the 47-year-old will team up with his son, Charlie Woods, at the much anticipated PNC Championship.

The unofficial event that begins on December 16 is already popular in the golf community as many former major champions and their family members tee up for it. However, with the 15-time major champion and his golf prodigy son being a part of it, the event’s popularity will escalate to no limits.

Notably, it is not the first time the Woods-duo has competed at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando against other teams. However, despite being the fan favorites, the pair has never won the title. With Tiger recovering from his accident and Charlie frequently playing in junior golf events, that is a possibility no one can write off easily.

It is an amazing gift to be able to share my love of golf with Charlie,” Woods Sr. said after announcing the news. “We genuinely do look forward to playing in the PNC Championship all years,” he added. It is a much-known fact that he is a good dad to son Charlie and daughter Sam. For this reason, he considers this event close to his heart. “Competing together,” he further added, “against a field of so many golfing greats and their families, is so special.” 


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