Charlie Axel Woods advanced to the Notah Begay III National Championship after a stellar second round on Sunday
On Sunday, Tiger's 14-year-old son advanced to the Notah Begay III National Championship after winning in the second round of the 14-15 age division in the Last Chance Regional, with a little help from the golf great.
Tiger, 47, caddied for his son in the second round in a special moment for the father and son.
After the victory, Charlie said it was "great" to have his father supporting him on the golf course. “We just stay in our own little world,” Charlie, 14, said about his dad caddying for him.
“We take it one shot at a time," Charlie continued, adding that his dad "puts me in my place" from time to time. "I’ll talk about the next tee shot and he’s like, ‘No. This is the shot we’re going to focus on. Focus up. This is what we’re gonna do.’"
Next, Charlie will compete at Koasati Pines at Coushatta Casino Resort in Louisiana. The tournament is scheduled to take place between Nov. 4-6.
Charlie Woods stellar Round 2 scorecard consisted of 9 birdies! He won by one shot with the pressure starting to mount down the stretch! This solidifies his spot in this year's NB3 Junior National Golf Championship. See you at Coushatta, Charlie! #RoadToCoushatta #Golf pic.twitter.com/CCufAtGvon
— Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship (@nb3jgnc) September 24, 2023
The touching moment for Tiger and his son was a thrill for Charlie's peers, too. In a post on Instagram, Shane Croft, whose son Chase competed on Sunday, called the outing beyond "epic" as he got to caddy alongside Tiger.
"Ok, EPIC would in no way be a big enough word to describe today," Croft wrote.
He added, "Honestly, there is no way to express what this was like. Four hours one-on-one with Charlie and Tiger was just unreal. Can’t even thank Ryan Burr enough for orchestrating this entire day. His tournament is so professionally run. Just next-level junior golf. Anyway, this will be a story my family talks about on my deathbed one day. And it will be a proud moment for sure."
"Charlie clearly loves the times he spends with his dad on the golf course," a source told PEOPLE in 2020. "It's a definite bonding activity for the two of them."
Tiger and Charlie first shared a public golf outing in 2020. Tiger spoke about how it felt to have his son by his side after the pair's first tournament together.
"I don't think words can describe it," he told reporters in a PGA Tour video. "Just the fact that we were able to have this experience together, Charlie and I. It's memories for a lifetime."
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Charlie is already skilled with a club, but Tiger has made it clear that the boy is "his own person" and can follow his own path in life.
"I'm proud of whatever direction he chooses, whether he sticks with the game or not," he said in an interview with PGA. "That's one of the things that we made sure of. That Charlie was Charlie."
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