Masters Champion Tiger Woods had a complete roll reversal over the weekend, when 10 year old son Charlie Woods needed a caddie for his junior golf tournament in Florida.
Following in his father’s footsteps, Charlie Woods shot five over par on the nine-hole course and finished the first day joint ninth, which included a birdie on the par-4 third.
Parents were shell shocked to see Tiger caddying for the second time on day 2, where Charlie shot an impressive even-par which left mini Woods coming second overall.
Fans immediately took to social media to showcase Charlie’s incredible swing. One even told all junior golfers to not bother entering any future competitions if Charlie Woods is around! Let’s be honest, he was never going to be a Happy Gilmore replica on the course with a 15-time Major winner for a father.
Instagram account @twspot already spotted the new SIM driver (Which we have covered in our Fylde Coast 2nd edition) in the bag – No wonder his swing is arguably better than his fathers. Charlie practiced his swing on the driving range before his tournament where spectators filmed the youngster in action.
Charlie has been Tigers biggest fan, and was the first to celebrate with him after the biggest come back in sporting history at the 2019 Masters in Augusta.
Woods will make his 2020 debut at the Farmers Insurance Open which begins on the 23rd January and fingers crossed, will break the world record for the most wins on the PGA Tour.