Tiger Woods and his beloved son Charlie Woods concluded their wonderful week of bonding over their love of golf after playing at the just-concluded PNC Championship.
Golf champion Tiger Woods and his son Charlie Woods concluded the two-day PNC Championships on Sunday after creating beautiful memories and wowing the world with their impressive skills.
The father-son duo finished seventh place, five positions behind their good friends, Justin and Mike Thomas, shooting a second-straight 62 to round up the game powerfully. Despite not winning the title, Tiger and Charlie remained in good spirits.
Tiger Woods' reaction after chipping in from the bunker on the third hole during the final round of The PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass on March 17, 2019 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida | Photo: Getty Images
According to him, the tournament wasn’t about taking home a trophy but making wonderful memories with his son. Speaking about it in a newsletter for his website, the 18-time World Golf Championship winner said:
“I don’t think words can describe it. The fact that we were able to have this experience together, Charlie and I. It’s memories for a lifetime.”
Nevertheless, the younger Woods, who was the youngest competitor in the tournament’s history at age 11, made jaws drop with his impressive skill and stance. On Saturday achieved the feat of making the first eagle of his life.
[Woods] also made sure his son was focused more on enjoying the game.
Charlie mirrored his record-breaking father when he rolled in a birdie at the par-four 10th and gave the iconic Woods’ low-uppercut fist pump that has become a signature victory move in the golfing world.
Amid the tournament, Tiger was cautious not to share the spotlight with his son and give him the full accolades he deserved, staying by his side to provide him with the needed guidance and answer whatever questions the young boy has.
The golf champion also made sure his son was focused more on enjoying the game rather than being concerned about the camera or numerous guests watching him.
Tiger and Charlie’s relaxed and adventurous approach to the competition was not only evident in their matching outfits of trademark red polo shirt and black pants, but in their gestures after every win or loss.
After Charlie gave the final putt for Team Woods on Sunday, the duo warmed hearts when they exchanged fist bumps before the 44-year-old pulled in his son for a warm hug and then encouragingly patting him on the back.
As a pre-teen, Charlie is already making strides in junior golf championships and living up to the Woods name. In August, he reportedly won a tournament, and his legendary father has been seen caddying for him a couple of times.