Tiger Woods Son Charlie Woods Proves To Be Like Dad!
Like father, like son – It seems Tiger Woods son is a chip off the old golfing block. Tiger Woods Son Charlie has already dominated a Junior Golf Tournament over the weekend.
It looks like the next pro golfer people are going to be talking about will be Charlie Woods. Read on for more on Tiger Woods Son Charlie…
CelebNSports247.com reports it appears “the next Tiger Woods” on the golf circuit, may just be Tiger’s own son, Charlie.
The apple may not fall far from the tree when it comes to the ability of Charlie Woods.
It’s being reported that the 11-year-old won a US Kids Golf event at Hammock Creek golf course in Palm City, Florida, over the weekend and he put on quite a dominant show in the process. Woods won the nine-hole tournament by five strokes, shooting a 3-under 33 to clear finish atop the field. Charlie had a clean round, tallying three birdies and no bogeys.3
As you can see on the weekend’s scorecard, Woods was the only player in the field to finish under par.
Charlie Woods mowed down some kids last weekend in a local US Kids Golf event in Florida. Shot 3-under 33 for 9 holes to win by 5! pic.twitter.com/d6hjL2aJWL
— Ryan Ballengee (@RyanBallengee) August 16, 2020
One would think that growing up the son of a legendary golfer would help provide a bit of an advantage for a young competitor. Plus it helps when good old dad aka Tiger Woods works the bag and helps give some advice on the course. Yes, Tiger spent his weekend caddying for Charlie as well.
— Tiger Woods Legion (@TWlegion) August 16, 2020
It’s also said that Tiger Woods has been complimentary, perhaps even envious, of his son’s ability at such a young age.
Tiger said, via GolfTV:
I wish I had his move. I analyze 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.
— Golf Digest (@GolfDigest) July 10, 2020
Tiger better hope he channels his inner Charlie when he hits TPC Boston for The Northern Trust in the first leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs this week.