Tiger Woods and son Charlie, 13, take to the PNC Championship course in their Sunday red as they battle to record a dramatic victory in Florida – despite the pair fighting through the pain barrier to compete!
- Tiger Woods and son Charlie are battling for victory at the PNC Championship
- After the opening round on Saturday, the pair were only two shots off the lead
- But both Tiger and his son are battling with injuries while they are playing
- Tiger has been struggling with plantar fasciitis this year, but is still playing
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Tiger Woods and his son Charlie have started their second and final round of the PNC Championship in Tiger’s signature Sunday red as they pursue an incredible victory in Florida.
Starting the day two shots off the lead, Woods and the 13-year-old Charlie hit the course in the color that has served Tiger so well throughout his career.
Charlie particularly looked on brilliant touch, with the PGA Tour sharing an incredible video of him letting rip with the driver.
But the duo were both walking wounded heading into this weekend’s competition in Florida.
Tiger Woods and his son Charlie took to the course in red as they chased a win on Sunday
Charlie replicated his father’s signature look as they were battling it out in Florida on Sunday
Woods and his son are both walking wounded going into the final PNC Championship round
Woods is struggling with plantar fasciitis and admitted he should be resting this weekend, but put his recovery on pause so he can play alongside his son.
Charlie, meanwhile, is playing through the pain barrier with a left ankle issue and admitted taking to the course Saturday gave him a fresh perspective of his father’s high pain threshold.
‘I found a new respect for him now after getting a very minor injury – I wouldn’t even call it an injury, I’m just hurt,’ Charlie said on Saturday night.
‘Just to see what he’s going through and how, with a fraction of it, it hurts and it’s just cool how he has gotten to where he is now and what he has been through.’
Woods has struggled this year with plantar fasciitis and Charlie has hirt his left ankle
Woods pictured driving a cart between shots for himself and his son in Sunday’s round
Woods Snr opened up alongside his son on how he deals with injuries and pain. He infamously won the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines with an injured ACL and two stress fractures on his leg.
‘There’s a big difference between pain and injury. This is just pain. If you’re injured, you’re not playing,’ Woods said.
‘This is just a little bit of pain and it’s game time. We go out there and suck it up together. We’re prefect yin and yang – he’s got a left foot, I’ve got a right foot, we’ve got two good feet. We’re good.’