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Charlie woods has the eye of the tiger. He's got his swing and his walk to tiger and his son Charlie teaming up for this weekend's PNC championship in Florida. Shooting ten under par in the scramble. At eleven years old Charlie woods is exactly the same age his dad was when he first beat his own father. Not. Won't. Charlie doing the woods Stanley fist pump dressed in his dad's classic Sunday reds. It. Ayers tiger from the 2000 US open and shortly doing this same thing twenty years later. Both generations proving their love of the game is only superseded by their love of family. Just last year when tiger won the masters the first person he hugged was Charlie my debt never pushed me to play golf far. Ron track for cross country. It'll six. It was about. Stay in those moments that much like his dad Charlie proving that he's one to watch and fun to watch not afraid to tease the other players about a bad shot. Young Charlie woods who likes to do some trash talk it would Justin Thomas left the tallest and out. That's that's next level right there. Charlie the youngest player in the history of this tournament following in dad's footsteps hoping to become one of the best players in the history of big game. Period. You not in our appreciate dissent and eleven years old I'm I didn't wouldn't Wear hose let my dad. As busy years go by. You start appreciate it more and I'm sure that what house I don't a lot of back Terrell although holidays and you years and yours come. Tiger and Charlie ended up finishing in seventh place in this weekend's tournament to dad says that's not what it's about he says that this is memories that will last. A lifetime you guys. Justin Thomas and his dad won the tournament they played with tiger and Charlie Justin said. When Charlie hit a shot you're so much better than your dad it hurts the wall trash talk can't wait for that tournament next year and for all.
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