SOURCE: Tiger Woods Planning to Take a Call on PNC Championship Participation With His Son Charlie

Published 12/04/2021, 1:30 PM EST

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Tiger Woods recently made his first-ever public appearance since his solo car crash in February. However, he did not reveal the exact date or tournament name for his comeback. Tiger said he still needs a bit of time to recover completely before competing on the Tour once again. But according to a source, Woods is considering teeing up at the PNC Championship alongside his son Charlie.

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Meanwhile, PNC Championship is a 36 hole event where the father/son team up and competes against others. Hence, this event is all set to begin in two weeks, with plenty of prominent names teeing up. But what about Tiger? Is he considering playing the PNC Championship? Let us find out.

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Tiger Woods considering playing the PNC Championship

The PNC Championship will begin on December 18th, and Woods has few days to decide on whether or not to compete. But according to golf.com, he is seriously considering playing at the PNC Championship. “He’d test it next week and make a call,” said a person familiar with Tiger’s progress. 

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Moreover, he is planning to make an official decision after hitting balls, playing golf, and then evaluating his body and swing Tiger will make a decision. But since he can use a cart and the event has only 36 holes, Tiger can think of competing in this event. Moreover, Charlie can tee off from the forward tees, and Woods can just focus on his iron approaches. 

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Hence, in short, Tiger looks close to ready for PNC Championship. But this doesn’t make his PGA Tour return imminent. He still has a lot of time remaining to gain enough strength in his leg to walk 18 holes thru four days. But as far as his swing is concerned, it still looked impeccable. 

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He recently shared a video on his social media platforms where his iron swing looked flawless. Furthermore, he was also snapped swinging a fairway wood on the practice range at the Hero World Challenge. Meanwhile, according to the reports, the organizers have also left a spot open for Tiger. So it is up to him now to decide whether or not to compete.  

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Amey Kulkarni is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in mass media from HR College, Mumbai. Before joining EssentiallySports he used to write articles on Golf and Cricket on his personal blog cricgolf.
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