Charlie Woods keeps on further developing his golf match-up, particularly with the assistance of genius father Tiger Woods as a caddy.
The more youthful Woods shot a vocation best 68 in the last round of the Notah Begay III Junior Public Golf Title on Sunday, assisting him with tieing for fourth spot in the Young men 12-13 division, by means of Cameron Jourdan of Golfweek.
Charlie completed Sunday’s round with two birdies and a hawk on the back-nine after a sluggish beginning.
A career low round for Charlie Woods! ????
Tiger was his caddie for the day too ???? pic.twitter.com/9ZLxLaQv1n
— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) September 26, 2022
“Dad told me to stay patient. I just played steady golf,” Charlie said.
Charlie Woods discusses his low round of the day and career low round of 68(-4) with his Dad on the bag at the NB3 Last Chance Regional! #jgnc #nb3jgnc #seeyouatcoushatta @WilsonGolf @JuniorGolfHub @nikegolf @CoushattaResort pic.twitter.com/yB2FKMUlrM
— Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship (@nb3jgnc) September 25, 2022
Charlie Woods turned heads playing alongside his father in the PNC Championship, displaying similar mannerisms to Tiger. The 13-year-old proved at Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida, that he has a promising career on his own.
Of course, it also helps to have a 15-time major champion on the bag to provide guidance.