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Tiger Woods has high hopes for his golfing prodigy son Charlie. Being the child of arguably the greatest golfer of all time has its pressures, but 13-year-old Charlie has certainly lived up to these on the golf course so far.Related articles Woods urged to make PGA request by 'selfish' rival to prolong career Tiger Woods outlines plan for 2023 majors with worrying leg update
The youngster’s popularity sky-rocketed last year after starring alongside his dad at the father-son PNC Championship in Florida. Sporting matching Nike outfits, the world of golf were fixated on the Woods duo as they competed in the two-day event.
And they did not disappoint, finishing second behind John Daly and his son, after shooting an incredible round of 59 on day two in the two-man scramble event. Tiger and Charlie are set to make their return to the tournament later this month.
Ahead of their comeback, the pair sat down with the Golf Channel to give an insight into working together as a father-son double act. For Charlie there are of course not many better people to learn from than his 82-time PGA Tour winning dad.
For Woods, he admitted as well as teaching him expertise, what is most important to him is supporting his son in whatever he wants to do and luckily for him it is also competing out on the golf course. The 15-time major champion revealed: “I am supporting him wherever he wants to go.
“Then obviously providing opportunities for that direction. As a parent, our job and responsibility is to provide opportunity and support and it is fun that he has taken a passion to something I have enjoyed.”
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"I'm supporting him wherever he wants to go" pic.twitter.com/RJK8AVxtvv— Golf Monthly (@GolfMonthly) December 6, 2022 READ MORE Woods pays McIlroy compliment with confession about son Charlie
Being able to share his love for golf with his son is unsurprisingly special for Woods, and amongst the passion the 46-year-old is also able to share a laugh and a joke with his 13-year-old. “At the end of the day the amount of time we have been able to spend together, and the bonding that happens,” Woods went on.
“Being able to play golf, being able to rip on one another, it is just non-stop right?,” He added with a laugh with Charlie’s approval. If you are able to jab it you are able to take it as well and he has done a good job of that.”Related articles Tiger Woods slumps to career-low milestone amid part-time schedule LIV Golf mimic PGA Tour amid 'plan to make' F1 Drive to Survive series Lewis Hamilton and more F1 drivers invest in Woods and McIlroy project
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