15-time Major champion Tiger Woods will cherish the past weekend’s opportunity of playing golf with his son, Charlie, for the rest of his life.
Team Woods stole the show at the PNC Championship where they finished in seventh place, five shots behind winners Justin Thomas and his father, Mike.
It was never really about winning, though, for Tiger, who enjoyed every single moment from Saturday of playing competitive golf with his 11-year-old son.
‘I don’t think words can describe it,’ Woods said.
‘The fact that we were able to have this experience together, Charlie and I. It’s memories for a lifetime.’
Charlie in particular was really impressive as he tried to emulate the iconic brilliance of his father where he managed to make his first ever eagle on Saturday.
‘He made a good putt there,’ Tiger said. ‘His tee shot, my ball hit the flag and it was just an uphill putt. Poured it right in the middle.
‘Charlie did great. It’s just like being at home at Medalist. Get into your own world. Hit the shot you see and execute.’
Despite his record-breaking career, Woods still emphasised the importance for the game of golf to be enjoyable on every occasion.
‘Golf is fun. That’s why we play. It’s because of enjoyment. And doing it together,’ he added.