Charlie Woods and Tiger Woods

    Charlie Woods Son of Tiger Woods, Ranks Seventh Position at PNC

    Charlie Woods showed skills like father Tiger Woods. The swing of golf, even the walk, resembles his Dad.

    Charlie Woods lost at PNC by five strokes at the PNC Championship. Provided he has prospects like his father, he must improve to compensate for his shortcomings. How he will come with more father-like skill is yet to be seen.

    Bonding of father-son duo Tiger and Charlie Woods

    There was a fine bonding seen between Tiger Woods and his son. Charlie Woods is age 11. The father-son duo put 62 at 10 under par. The game was in the format of a scramble in Ritz-Carlton Golf Club. The Woods team finished at seventh position. The winner was Mike Thomas and his son Justin. Charlie Woods lacked five strokes than Thomas’s.

    Tiger Woods finally came out in public with his son, even for a short time. People get to see how his son has so many similarities to his father’s.

    Tiger Woods loving his time with family

    Tiger Woods said that he is enjoying his time with his family. The golf legend is thankful that he gets to spend so much time with family, and they will always remember this special time.  Woods committed to an event last month for an important championship with golfers’ family members.

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    The Woods started slow on Sunday rather than on Saturday. They scored 8 under par in the initial nine holes. Charlie and Tiger had a bogey and seven birdies. Two eagles made them score the same score, though.

    Tiger Woods played well on Sunday. Charlie also contributed a lot. He had the advantage of teeing ground. That made it easy for Tiger to skip hit invariably. He put it quite well and gave an encouraging sign to Tiger showing thumbs up.  Tiger and his were in coordinating and didn’t hit.

    Charlie also did a fist pump, which his father’s signature. Charlie did it after rolling a birdie with 10 footers at the 10th hole.

    Once a rival of Tiger, David Duval praises Charlie Woods

    David Duval and Brayden, his son who also played in the same tournament, said that he loved the Woods father-son duo. David named it a spectacular moment.

    There was an infamous rivalry between Tiger Woods and David Duval. In 2001 Duval took The Open title and won 13 PGA Tour since 1997. He was no. 1 player at one point in time, a true contemporary giving Tiger a run for his money. David enjoyed playing with Tiger yet again this time and praised Tiger’s son Charlie.

    David  Duval said that Charlie had shown that he masters the fundamentals of the game. Charlie seems unafraid and strokes the ball quite far. David thinks his moves in the ground pretty impressive. If Charlie really has a calling for the game, then he will be a fine player.

    Tiger Woods, at the moment, is loving the fact that Charlie is really into this game. Surprisingly, Tiger gave a glimpse of his family life as he always kept his personal life very wrapped.

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    Tiger Woods was not in surprise seeing the performance of his son

    Tiger said that he is proud of his son Charlie. He wants him to create his own world and find happiness as he has been doing in his life. The playing together was memorable for both of them. Charlie is too young to realize that, though. They are going to wisecrack incoming holidays and future years.

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