Tiger Woods returns to the golf course
And so does his son, Charlie, who impresses with his smooth swing as his father looks on.
“Well done, Charlie,” a young fan can be heard exclaiming in a video captured at the Tiger Junior Invitational – a tournament for young golfers aged 10-18.
Charlie, at the age of 14, demonstrates impressive skills and is unquestionably following in the footsteps of his legendary father.
Recently, Tiger was spotted practicing his own swing at Pebble Beach.
The older Woods underwent ankle surgery in April and had to withdraw from The Masters.
The father-son duo may unite at the PNC Championship in December, which will take place at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida.
In September, Charlie secured victory in the regional qualifier for the Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championships.
Previously, Tiger acted as caddie for his son, who also achieved success on the South Florida PGA Junior Tour.
The 47-year-old father has an impressive record, boasting 15 major golf titles and 82 PGA events wins.
Tiger has been focused on preparing for the launch of TGL, a state-of-the-art golf league featuring six teams comprised of top PGA players.
TGL is scheduled to commence in January and will be broadcasted by ESPN.
Daniel Miller takes readers to the greens with his passion for golf. He offers coverage of major golf tournaments, player achievements, and insights into the sport’s rich history, making him a trusted source for golf enthusiasts.