Tiger Woods is even shocked by the similarities between his son and himself on the golf course. The celebrity father’s reaction to the mannerisms his “mini-me,” Charlie Woods, displayed during the 2020 PNC Championship.
“Two things that stick out,” Tiger said after watching the similarities. “The timing of the twirls and the pick up of the tee,” the celebrity father shared. Side-by-side video segments that featured both Charlie and Tiger in their elements on the golf course.
“Just the nose thing that we have,” Tiger said of his tendency to rub his nose on the golf course, which is similar to Charlie’s mannerism. “We both have allergies so we both struggle on the golf course,” the celebrated golf player revealed. “We get, like, the wind blowing or we’re sniffling. Just that little thing that we both have.”
Fans will get to see more similarities between Tiger Woods and his son during this year’s PNC Championship. Tiger and Charlie will play in the tournament on Saturday (Dec. 18).
“Although it’s been a long and challenging year, I am very excited to close it out by competing in the @PNCchampionshipwith my son Charlie,” Tiger told his social media fans last week. “I’m playing as a Dad and couldn’t be more excited and proud,” the celebrity father beamed.
“Congratulations Tiger,” one Twitter fan wrote in response to Tiger’s tweet. “Dad and Son,” the supporter continued. “It is good to see you are getting out and about. You always inspired me. Your press in life. Keep pressing Tiger. God Bless you.” Another fan said, “So glad to hear. Go out and have some fun both you and Charlie.”
Tiger Woods is playing in the 2021 PNC Championship months after a car accident that significantly injured the golf champion. Tiger endured months of rehabilitation but was, nevertheless, able to get back on his feet and return to the game he loves.
The PNC Championship begins today (Dec. 16) and ends on Sunday (Dec. 19).