Double look: Tiger Woods and son Charlie tee off in perfect symmetry in the famous Sunday red


It might be a rare sight these days, but golf fans have long been used to watching tiger forest wear red on sunday.

But at the PNC Championship, viewers saw double. For the final round of the annual event in Orlando, Tiger and his son Charlie tee off with perfect symmetry.

At 13, his father had won two more titles than his birthdays, but Charlie impressed during his time at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, the tipping point approach. His ball and spin were inevitable, but strangely accurate. compare his playing partner.

The pair finished in eighth place in a 20-star pitch, with only players who had won the major championship or the Players Championship were invited to play with their loved ones. After finishing runner-up last year, Woods finished six strokes behind Fiji’s three-time major champion Vijay Singh and his son Qass Singh.

In addition to matching outfits, the duo also work well together in pain. Woods, only participated in the second event since he The emotional outing of St. Andrews at The Open in July, was being treated for plantar fasciitis, a pain in the soles of his feet, while Charlie admitted to struggling with an ankle injury from rolling it during an inning.

Injuries have been the story of Woods’ recent career, his game time dwindling since he sustained a serious leg injury in a car crash in February 2021. The man The 46-year-old withdrew from the Hero World Challenge earlier this month citing leg pain and at various points appeared to be struggling with movement during last week’s seventh edition of The Match.

“It’s been a tough year but also one of the most rewarding I’ve had in a while,” Woods told reporters Sunday.

“I don’t know if I will be able to return to play against St Andrews in the British Open, but being able to experience that for maybe the last time at this level is very special for me.”

Charlie Woods hit the ball while Tiger father watched.

Sharing a golf cart to get around the course, one can see both father and son limping on weekends. However, with two healthy feet between them, Woods believes he and his son are “perfect yin and yang”.

“He has a left foot, I have a right foot and so we have two good feet – we are fine,” Woods said. told SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio on Saturday.

“There’s a big difference between pain and injury… If you’ve got an injury, you’re not going to play, it’s just a little bit of pain and it’s time to play – so we just got out there and get through it together.”

Tiger and Charlie Woods shared a stroller on Sunday.

Charlie added: “I’ve found a new respect for him now, after picking up a very minor injury.

“Just to see what he’s going through, just a fraction of it, and see how much it hurts. It’s great that he’s where he is now after everything he’s been through.”

After a day of friendly exchanges with Justin Thomas and his father Mike, who finished second, Charlie earned a tribute to his father.

“I feel like I already know what he’s capable of and yesterday it was the best game he’s played in a while, and that shocked me a bit,” he told reporters.

Charlie Woods' technique has been compared to his father's.

The laughter in the press room died down only to flare up again at Woods’ reply.

“I used to be very good,” he said.

“It’s great to be able to turn back the clock for him to see what I was once capable of.”


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