Tiger Woods is back in action and he might not even be the main event.
His partner in the PNC Championship this week is his 11-year-old son Charlie.
They are among the 20 teams in the field for a 36-hole scramble that will be on NBC.
Is that too young for the bright lights of television?
Remember, Woods was 2 when he made his first television appearance on "The Mike Douglas Show."
Woods says it's all about enjoying the time together.
He says his father didn't push him to play golf, and he won't push his son, either.
According to Golf Digest, Tiger and Charlie will compete alongside Justin Thomas and his dad, Mike, at 11:48 a.m. local time Saturday in a two-day scramble event.
The third father-son duo joining the group is Tiger's caddie Joe LaCava and his son, Joe LaCava Jr., Golf Digest reported.