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As U.S. wins Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods caddies for son in career round

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Tiger Woods wasn’t at Quayle Hollow last week, but he still made an impact on the US Presidents’ Cup team.

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Woods, albeit unofficially, has retained some responsibilities since his winning captaincy in 2019, from his own pairing offers and attending a virtual team meeting to watching the action on TV and even calling Team USA captain Davis Love III.

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“He talked to a lot of people on the team,” Love said last Thursday. “I stood there at 6 for about an hour, a long time, so I called him and we talked a little. And I said, “Well, at least you’re watching on TV. Call us if you see anything. He’s having fun.”

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However, on Sunday afternoon, as the Americans put the finishing touches on 12th win by 14 attempts in the Biennale, Woods got a little distracted; he had more important things to do. About 500 miles south of Charlotte, North Carolina, in a small Florida town called Howie-in-the-Hills, Woods played for his son Charlie in a junior tournament.

13-year-old Charlie Woods opened the 36-hole qualifying for the Notah Begay III National Junior Golf Championship ages 8 to 80 at Mission Inn Resort’s El Campeon course, and although he didn’t punch his championship ticket, he was eliminated. returned on Sunday to huge success, scoring a career-best four under 68s.

“Well, my dad told me to be patient,” Charlie told tournament interviewer Ryan Burr. “Just play consistent golf. Just be patient, play around, focus on each shot, don’t look too far ahead. Just stay in the game.”

The Woods round included four birdies and an eagle on par-5 14.th hole where he nearly made an albatross. tiger has

“When I got into it, I knew it was good,” Charlie said. “When it started to seep down, I knew it would be close, but not that close.”

Charlie has competed alongside his 15-time PNC Championship winning dad twice, and Tiger is no stranger to helping Charlie in other events. While the Tiger has been a prominent figure on Team USA from afar, Charlie pays tribute to his dad for Career Day Sunday.

“I couldn’t have done it without him,” Charlie said. “I mean, some shots, I would be so out of my mind. But he set me on the right path.”




Source: www.golfchannel.com

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