Tiger Woods will be taking to the golf course this weekend for the first time since his car accident back in February.
It won't be your usual golfing tournament. The PNC Championship features some of the world's top golfers teaming up with their sons.
Tiger will be accompanied by his son Charlie for the event. It's only eligible to those that have won any of the four majors or The Players Championship.
Charlie is 12 years of age and it's not his first rodeo at the PNC Championship this weekend. Ahead of the tournament, Tiger was shown some similarities.
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The video shows a number of moves that Charlie has taken from his father - from celebrating to the way he picks up his tee and swings his club.
"Two things that stick out. The timing of the twirls and the pickup of the club, of the tee," Woods remarked in the PGA Tour video.
"Just the nose thing we have," he said. "We both have allergies, so we both struggle on the golf course. We get like, wind blowing and we're both sniffing."
It's a nice moment for Tiger to ease himself back into competition and to share the eighteen holes with his son at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida.
Ahead of the event - retired golfer come analyst Nick Dougherty reflected on what the tournament will mean to Tiger:
This week will mean so much to Tiger because I'm not sure he knew whether he'd be able to compete with Charlie again. He's known for a while that he's going to be able to swing and hit but to be able to go out and do it is entirely different. It can be difficult to entice him to play regular PGA Tour events, so there's no doubt that this week is for Charlie.
Tiger Woods and Charlie will be out on the course on Saturday. Let's hope we see some more uncanny mannerisms for the highlight reel.