Tiger Woods caddied for his 13-year-old son, Charlie, at a junior golf tournament on Sunday.
He proved to be a good omen for the teen, who shot a career-low round of 68.
"That was awesome, I mean I couldn't have done it without him," Charlie said afterwards.
Tiger Woods proved a lucky omen for his teenage son, Charlie, when he caddied for him at a junior golf tournament on Sunday.
With his father carrying his bags, Charlie, 13, posted a career-low round of 68 at a qualifier for the Notah Begay III Junior National Golf Championship at Mission Inn Resort in Florida.
It was the best round of the day from any player at the tournament and saw the teen finish tied for fourth in the Boys 12-13 division at 4-over par.
"That was awesome, I mean I couldn't have done it without him," Charlie said afterwards. "Some shots I would have been so off, but he steered me on the right course.
"Dad told me to stay patient. I just played steady golf; focus on each shot, don't look too far ahead and just stay in the game."
—Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 26, 2022
The elder Woods returned to competitive action earlier this year after sustaining multiple leg injuries during a car crash in February 2021.
The 46-year-old finished 47th at The Masters, withdrew after three rounds at the PGA Championship, and then missed the cut in the 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews.
In August, LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman confirmed that he had offered Woods at least $700 million to join the controversial Saudi-funded breakaway tour.
Woods rejected the offer, according to Bleacher Report.
He had previously told reporters that he remains committed to the PGA Tour, which has suspended players for participating in LIV.
"The players who have chosen to go to LIV and play there, I disagree with it," Woods said in July. "I think that what they've done is they've turned their back on what has allowed them to get to this position."
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