Unfortunate Injury Concerns Bothers Charlie Woods at the 2022 PNC Championship

Golf fans all over the world are keen on laying their eyes on the exploits of Tiger Woods and his son Charlie. Tiger is not in the best condition given his injury struggles. Nonetheless, fans expected Charlie Woods to be fit and firing, raring to showcase his talents at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club. However, the 13-year-old seems to have an ankle problem, which looked painful during his time at the course. Owing to the injury, it would be interesting to see how he copes with it.

Is Charlie Woods not in his ideal form?

With all the hype that surrounded the entry of the father-son duo, it looks like both are far from their ideal conditions for the PNC Championship. Charlie Woods’ concerns seem to be worrying.

What happened to Charlie Woods?

He looked in a healthy condition while landing in Orlando. However, he did tape his ankle heavily during practice rounds, which gave a slight indication of what was to follow. While Charlie Woods managed to get on the course for the championship, he looked slightly uncomfortable.

A follow-through of one of his tee shots really gave away the amount of pain he was in.

Will Team Woods withdraw from the PNC Championship?

Having appeared in the media glare for the event, it looks highly unlikely that the father-son duo will quit. Both have struggled with injuries, but the pair will be keen to go one up at the event where they finished runners-up last year.

Enough about Charlie’s concerns. What about his father’s more-susceptible leg troubles? 

Though Tiger Woods made his comeback in the seventh edition of ‘The Match’ last week, his movement was a cause of concern. The 46-year-old had withdrawn at the last second from the Hero World Challenge in the early days of December. By his own admission, Woods can no longer walk like he used to. The 15-time major championship winner suffered career-threatening injuries in a single-car rollover crash in February last year. His sufferings have largely curtailed his golf career.

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