Tiger Woods caddies for son, Charlie

January 13, 2020

Tiger Woods (center right) caddied for his 10-year-old son (center left) at an event at Club Med Academies in Jupiter, Florida over the weekend

 

Parents were left absolutely stunned when Tiger Woods caddied for his son in a junior golf tournament in Florida on the weekend.

The 15-time major winner was on the bag for his 10-year-old son, Charlie, at an event at Club Med Academies in Jupiter.

But despite the attendance of the sporting icon, fans were left even more amazed by his son’s incredible swing as he practiced on the driving range ahead of the tournament.

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Tiger Woods caddied for his 10-year-old son Charlie at a junior competition in Florida

Tiger Woods caddied for his 10-year-old son Charlie at a junior competition in Florida

 

A video ended up doing the rounds on social media of Charlie putting the finishing touches to his preparations.

Many were taken aback by his Tiger-like swing and how effortless he made it look, with one joking on Twitter: ‘Charlie Woods will win 100 majors.’

While Charlie didn’t run out victorious over the weekend, he posted a respectable five over par on the nine-hole event to end day one tied ninth, which included a birdie on the par-4 third.

Woods, who shocked the world of golf with his remarkable Masters win at Augusta last year, caddied again for his son on the second day.

Charlie, who Woods had with ex-wife Elin Nordegren, produced a much better round on the final day, shooting even par to finish second overall.

Woods helped his son to a second-placed finish at the junior tournament in Jupiter

Woods helped his son to a second-placed finish at the junior tournament in Jupiter

 

SOURCE: dailymail.co.uk


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