Tiger Woods, Charlie Woods to team up again at PNC Championship
Last week we learned Tiger Woods will return to PGA Tour action at the Hero World Challenge on Nov. 30. This week we learned his next start: he’s teaming up with his son, Charlie Woods, once again at the PNC Championship.
The PNC Championship announced the addition of Team Woods on Wednesday morning. It’s the fourth time Tiger and Charlie have played the team event, so their addition isn’t surprising, but with Tiger Woods’ injuries over the past year, it wasn’t yet certain.
The PNC Championship is Dec. 16-17 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Fla. The teams — which consist of major champs or Players winners plus a relative — play a 36-hole scramble on the weekend.
Other notable pairs in the 20-team field include John Daly and John Daly II, Justin Thomas and Mike Thomas, Nelly Korda and Petr Korda, Matt Kuchar and Cameron Kuchar, and defending champions Vijay Singh and Qass Singh.
The only new team to this year’s field is Steve Stricker and his daughter, Izzi.
The best finish for Team Woods was in 2021, when they tied for second. Tiger Woods’ start at the Hero will be his first since he withdrew from the 2023 Masters and had a procedure on his ankle. Charlie Woods, a freshman in high school, recently won a state championship with his high school golf team.