'Absolutely awesome': Fans go wild over Tiger Woods and son photo
Tiger Woods’ son, Charlie, is only 11 years old but is dominating the junior field after a mind-blowing result on the weekend.
Woods’ son played at a US Kids Golf-sanctioned event at Hammock Creek Golf Club where he dominated the field.
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Woods has praised his son in the past for his talent on the course, and the scorecard of Charlie’s certainly turned heads.
Charlie won the nine-hole event in the boys 11-year-old division with a three-under 33.
He finished with no bogeys and three birdies.
But it was also the images of the golf icon helping carry his son’s clubs that had fans going wild on social media.
It’s happening. #TheSecondComing pic.twitter.com/YmtPEP4lOx
— Riggs (@RiggsBarstool) August 17, 2020
Looks like we found the next Tiger Woods. I would of never guessed his son. 🤣 https://t.co/Z0bxE52Jvr
— Titus Conrad (@KCSportsfan18) August 17, 2020
This is absolutely awesome!!! Great to see you out with your son. @TigerWoods 😎#golf #tiger #tigerwoods #youth #charliewoods #CW #cwoods #CDub https://t.co/GTZwxefBTk
— Richie Toscano (@RichieToscano) August 17, 2020
🚨🔥🐐• #PHOTOS: Tiger caddying yesterday for son Charlie in Florida. (📸: derrick_payne / IG) pic.twitter.com/jleOdiJvmG
— Tiger Woods Legion (@TWlegion) August 16, 2020
Imagine being a junior golfer and playing against Tiger Woods’ son with Tiger on the bag... https://t.co/SOKBMz67zq
— David Scoggins (@DavidScogginsGC) August 17, 2020
Imagine playing in a junior tournament and the caddie for your opponent is Tiger Woods https://t.co/1lUSZP8SUb
— Jordan (@JordanStarley1) August 17, 2020
Tiger Woods praises son’s game
Last month, Tiger said playing with his son reminds him of his childhood.
“He’s starting to get into it,” Woods said to Golf Digest.
“He’s starting to understand how to play. He’s asking me the right questions. I’ve kept it competitive with his par, so it’s been just an absolute blast to go out there and just, you know, be with him. It reminds me so much of me and my dad growing up.”
Woods even added he would like to be able to copy his son’s swing, but is unable to anymore due to injuries throughout his career.
“I wish I had his move,” Woods added. I analyse his swing all the time. I wish I could rotate like that and turn my head like that and do some of those positions, but those days are long gone, and I have to relive them through him.”