The pair was a mirror image of each other when they warmed up on Thursday before the PNC Championship – an end-of-season event in which professionals line up with a family member of their choice.
From the cradle to the usual admiration of their blow, the pair looked perfectly in sync. Dar Woods Snr. does not put pressure on his son to fill his shoes.
“He played junior golf tournaments and came out in front and made people film him. This is a different world we live in now; everyone has a phone.”
“They are very similar”
The pair will face Justin Thomas and his father Mike on tour, and the former world No. 1 says he expects the young man to attract attention this weekend.
“They’re very similar, meaning who wouldn’t want to be like your father if your father were Tiger Woods? He certainly has all the manners,” Thomas, a family friend who says Charlie already has his father’s edge competitiveness, told them. told reporters.
“I think the people at home and you all will get pretty good entertainment from his look by twisting the club and walking putts and pumping his fist.”
Thomas Snr. he is helping the coach of the 11-year-old from South Florida and said that the young Woods already had experience beyond his age.
However, like Tiger, he said the most important thing is that Charlie liked to play the game and felt no pressure to live up to his father’s high reputation on the golf course.
“The two things that are most incredible to me are how much speed he has, that is, he is a small person and makes that club move fast, and his golf knowledge is incredible,” he said. “I understand that his father is Tiger, but he is 11 years old.”
“It will be interesting to see what happens to him, because he has a lot of talent. How cool it is that he seems to enjoy the game. He’s not working at all on a bad shot.”