Fans of golfer Tiger Woods can rejoice that he appears to be back in shape enough to play tournaments again, especially as he has added another event to his schedule in the coming weeks.
As various sources, including the Sky Sports channel, specified on Wednesday, the 47-year-old American, together with his son Charlie, will participate in the PNC Championship, which is scheduled for December 14-17 in Orlando. The duo will be making their fourth appearance at this event, which will bring together golf champions and their families. In 2022, Tiger and his offspring finished eighth, while Vijay Singh’s tandem won.
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Woods revealed on Saturday that he will return to competition at the Hero World Challenge, which runs from November 30 to December 3. He is also the host of this unofficial PGA Tour tournament and will be part of a group of 20 players to play in the Bahamas.
The former world No. 1 underwent ankle surgery to treat arthritis related to a fractured talus caused by his car accident in 2021. At the 2023 Masters, he withdrew in the third round due to ankle problems.