Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

Tiger Woods is getting ready for his first golf competition after his devastating car accident in February, and he's doing it with his 12-year-old son, Charlie, by his side.

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

This weekend, the two are competing in the PNC Championship,

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

which consists of 20 teams of parents and children with at least one of them being a major champion or Players Championship winner.

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

Woods and his son were snapped practicing at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, having fun and also concentrating intensely.

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

In a statement about his first competition since the car accident, Woods shared, "Although it's been a long and challenging year, I am very excited to close it out by competing in the @PNCchampionship with my son Charlie.

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

I'm playing as a Dad and couldn't be more excited and proud."

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

During a candid chat with Jada Pinkett Smith for his show, A Round With Tiger: Celebrity Playing Lessons -- which was filmed just one day before his car crash -- Woods revealed that he didn't coach Charlie in golf because he didn't want him to feel any pressure.

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

But he did note that some of his own best memories are of him and his late father, Earl Woods, playing golf together.

Woods' much awaited Golf Return way closer now

"He just watches me do it, and then he kind of does it," he said of Charlie, agreeing with Pinkett Smith that his son was "a natural."