Tiger Woods’ son, a 68 and almost albatross

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Tiger Woods' son, a 68 and almost albatross

He is only 13 years old but, like his father, golf has been injected into his blood since he was very young. And that is why Charlie Woods is not taking long to leave the first pearls of what, who knows, could be an incipient career in the sport that Tiger, his father, took to another dimension.

Charlie Woods, results

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The son of the Tiger seems many ways above what corresponds to his age for swing and capability to subscribe to low cards. The stylist of his career was inked on Sunday in the last round of the Notah Begay III National Junior Golf Championship, which was played at the Mission Inn Resort in Howey, Florida, not far from Juìter, where the Woods family has lived for times.

He was a 4- under 68 with four birdies, an eagle, and two ogres. He indeed came near to scoring a spectacular albatross on the par 5 14th hole. His ball dived off the edge of the hole. “ When I hit the ball, I knew the impact was good.
He started rolling and I knew he was going to be close, but not that close, ” he assured. It was a great recovery compared to Saturday, when he finished with 80 successes, eight over par, which helped him finish fourth in the 12 to 13- time-old order thanks to an accretive 148( 4).

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Behind him was his father, acting as a bin, taking advantage of the fact that he’d no part beyond that of remote counsel in the Presidents Cup won on Sunday by the United States. “ He told me to be patient and just play golf constantly.
Could not have done it without him. He guided me on the right path, ” Charlie said of him. It isn’t the first time that Charlie and Tiger partake in a field. They’ve played the PNC Championship together a couple of times, an event that’s played between cousins of great golfers, generally fathers and sons, and in which the Dalys, the Loves, or the Thomases have also shared. In 2021 the Woods was second, two strokes behind the Days.


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