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Tiger Woods Details How His Son Charlie Added to the Whole Belief Around His Return: ‘It Meant a Lot to Both of Us’



Tiger Woods at long last ended all the quiet in regards to the 2022 Masters. On Thursday, the 15-time significant title focused on teeing it up in the first round. In addition, Woods likewise talked about what it intended to play with his child Charlie Axel Woods at Augusta National Golf Club.

Tiger Woods opens up about being able to play with Charlie Woods

Woods let it be known about playing at the 86th Masters competition on Tuesday. The 82-time PGA Tour champ had a meeting plan at Augusta National at 11:00 AM ET yesterday and let the cat out of the bag at the meeting. Also, the World Golf Hall of Fame part even talked about how it felt to play at Augusta with Charlie Woods last Tuesday.

The duo played 27 holes last Tuesday, and Justin Thomas accompanied them. Moreover, Tiger opened up about how the time he spent with Charlie during their 27 holes was the one he cherishes.

He said, “It meant a lot to both of us. [Charlie] had a chance to play right before the ’20 Masters, and he’s grown a lot since then, become a lot better player. It was fun to see the changes in him, and for us as a family to go out here and have Robbie out here and JT, who’s like my younger brother and Charlie’s older brother, for us to come out here and just play together, we just had a blast.”


He added, “That’s why I came up here and tested it out for 27 holes because we played the par-3 course. Charlie couldn’t help himself.” Woods’ words show the immense love he has for Charlie, and how much he cherishes playing along with his son. It is truly incredible to see.


When did Woods win his first Masters tournament?
Tiger won his first major championship and his first green jacket in 1997. He won his first major championship only one year after turning professional in 1996. Moreover, the five-time Masters champion won the event with an overall score of 18-under-par. As a result, he won the event with a whopping 12 stroke lead on Sunday. Moreover, Tiger carded a final round of three-under-par, 69 to clinch his first green jacket.

His final round of three-under-par included two birdies and two bogeys on the opening nine holes of his round on Sunday. He made three birdies and rest all pars on the back nine to register a historic win at Augusta National Golf Club. Moreover, his victory by 12 strokes is the highest margin of victory at the Masters ever.

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