At his son Charlie’s first high school state golf tournament, Tiger Woods took a different role this time—he was no longer the caddy, but an enthusiastic spectator. Despite conflicting reports about him being on the bag, which would have violated FHSAA tournament rules, Tiger was present in an all-black ensemble, discreetly watching from the sidelines as Charlie secured his first state championship with his Benjamin teammates.
Tiger, the 15-time major winner on the PGA Tour, adopted an inconspicuous stance, standing with crossed legs and leaning on his umbrella, seemingly awaiting his own moment to make a putt and celebrate with a classic fist pump. However, it was his son who delivered the iconic fist pump this time.
Charlie Woods, despite the legacy of his father being the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Junior Amateur title in 1991, displayed his love for the sport and admiration for his father.
The young golfer has a lot to live up to, considering Tiger’s illustrious professional career and numerous achievements, but the father-son duo promises more exciting moments on the golf course, with fist pumps likely to be a shared celebration.