Florida's ORLANDO (AP) — Tiger Woods enjoyed spending the two days with his son and showing everyone that he still has it in him.

He made some shots at the PNC Championship that weren't typical of a ceremonial golfer. Along with his short game, Woods still has his needle.

The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando's fifth fairway was in perfect condition, with the exception of a scorecard buried in the grass next to Justin Thomas' tee shot

which was placed around 15 yards behind where Tiger Woods had struck his drive. "You've got mail," Woods scrawled in cursive on the card. When Padraig Harrington learned about this, he started to laugh.

The message conveys how greatly Woods missed him, however different individuals interpret it differently. For the Irishman, it refers to being in a different postal code.

"You don't even need to record it. Everybody is aware when someone does that, according to Harrington. He received airmail. small successes? Actually, no.

When he was relegated to serving as simply the tournament host in the Bahamas earlier this month due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot, Woods claimed that he could still hit all of the strokes.

The challenge was getting there. Because the PNC Championship is run by the PGA Tour Champions and carts are permitted on the senior circuit, he was in one there.

John Daly took a trip while waiting for a knee replacement. David Duval also played despite having a torn muscle in his calf.