Beaming Tiger Woods CADDIES for his son Charlie’s career-low 68 at junior Florida tournament – with 13-year-old revealing golf legend told him to ‘stay patient and not look too far ahead’
America team captain Davis Love III revealed he’d spoken to Woods from the sixth tee during the Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow in North Carolina.
But Woods had more pressing golfing matters closer to home on his hands as his teenage son Charlie competed at the Notah Begay III Junior National Golf Championship.
Tiger Woods put down the golf clubs and picked up the bag as he caddied for his son Charlie
The golf legend caddied as his son carded a career-low 68 at the tournament Sunday. Woods was seen with a beaming smile as he drove the buggy alongside his son.
Charlie showed touches of his father’s brilliance on the back nine as he shot two birdies and an eagle on a par-5 on the 14th.
‘Dad told me to stay patient,’ Charlie revealed after finishing tied for fourth.
Woods beamed as he drove the buggy at Notah Begay III Junior National Golf Championship
‘Just play steady golf. Just stay patient, play, focus on each shot, don’t look too far ahead. Stay in the game.’
Charlie finished outside the top three in the boys 12-13 competition after carding four over after 36 holes.
The pair have been teammates at the PNC Championship in recent years. The Woods duo finished second at the tournament last year.
Love revealed Woods’s input in the Presidents Cup – which Team USA went on to win on Sunday.
‘He’s spoken to a lot of people on the team,’ the captain said Thursday to reporters.
‘I was standing there on 6 tee for like an hour, a long time, so I called him and we talked for a while. And I said, well, at least you’re watching on TV. Call us if you see anything. He’s having fun.’
It’s been a few months since Woods has competed – with the 15-time major winner’s last outing at St. Andrews for the 150th Open Championship.
Woods and his son Charlie thrilled spectators at the PNC Championship in Orlando last year