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Tiger Woods Uncovers What Charlie Was Like At Augusta



While the golf world watches Tiger Woods’ return to the PGA Tour, his son, Charlie, continues to work on his own game.

Last Tuesday, Charlie and Tiger played the par-3 course at Augusta National. The 15-time major champion said it was a great experience for both of them.

“It meant a lot to both of us,” Woods said, via Golf Channel. “[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.”

Additionally, Woods said he enjoys sharing the challenge of competing at Augusta National with his son.

“Simply attempting to remind him, these putts break somewhat more than they really do back home. Florida greens are not exactly like Augusta. It was amusing, he expresses, ‘Right external left?’ I said, ‘No, it’s more similar to 3 feet outside left.’”



Charlie still has a long way to go before he can get on his father’s level, but there’s no doubt he has the right support system around him.

Who knows, maybe we’ll see Charlie Woods dominating the course at Augusta National in a decade from now.