Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods will be the favorite to walk away with the PGA Championship this week at Oak Hill. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Tiger Woods is set to play in the PNC Championship this weekend with his son, Charlie, despite suffering from plantar fasciitis in his foot.

“I think being there with and alongside my son is far more important, and (getting) to have a chance to have this experience with him is far better, than my foot being a little creaky,” Woods said according to ESPN’s Mark Schlabach.

Woods developed plantar fasciitis days before he was set to participate in the Hero World Challenge in late November. The injury developed while Woods was partaking in walking exercises to get ready for the competition.

Woods was unable to play in the Bahamas, but did play in Florida for The Match with Rory Mcllroy where the two lost to Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. The 46-year-old was able to use a cart in the event and will use one again for the PNC Championship.

Team Woods’s tee time is set for 12:17 p.m. on Saturday as they play alongside Team Thomas.

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