“F**king Nasty” – Tiger Woods Is FIRED UP Watching His Son Charlie Take Warm Up Shots At The PNC Championship

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Golf fans have gotten used to seeing “Woods” at the top of tournament leaderboards, and it looks like that trend will continue for many years to come.

The reign of Tiger Woods is still ongoing, despite all of the trials and tribulations that the all-time great has gone through with injuries throughout his career. However, Tiger has recently made it known that he will only be able to rev up for a limited amount of tournaments per year now, so the 47-year-old’s dominant window could slowly be closing.

That’s definitely unfortunate for the game of golf, but luckily for fans of the sport, it appears that there could be a “passing of the torch” once Tiger decides to hang it up. Woods’ son Charlie is basically a carbon copy of the G.O.A.T, which could mean that a “Woods Dynasty” could soon be reality on the PGA Tour.

Charlie is an incredibly gifted golfer, and seems to have inherited the mannerisms and work ethic of his father. At 14-years-old, he’s already more mature than most competitors he faces off against, and it definitely helps to be able to pick the brain of one of the most dominant athletes the sports world has ever seen.

It also looks like Charlie has been passed down his father’s golf swing:

Yeah, they’re the same person…

Right now, Tiger and Charlie are competing together in the PNC Championship Pro-Am, and all eyes are on the father-son duo. For years, Woods was arguably the most stoic and closed off competitor in all of sports, but in the past five years or so, he’s really opened up and showed a more personal, relatable side.

Part of that “softening” is probably due to raising his son, as well as moving into a period of his career where he wants to help grow the game of golf. Anytime we’ve seen Charlie and Tiger playing together, it looks like they are having the time of their lives.

For example, here’s a clip of them warming up on the range and Charlie impressing his father with a flop shot. The shot was so good, Tiger cursed in front of his son, saying:

“That was f**king nasty.”

And on a non-golf note, here’s a clip that’s been enjoyed thoroughly on social media of Tiger Woods chucking a chicken strip at his son shortly before they teed off for the day:

Tiger Woods’ father Earl was famously known for pushing his son and instilling him with a competitive edge, to the point where some argued it was a little excessive. It seems as though Tiger has found a good balance with Charlie, pushing him to be the best version of himself he can be, but also knowing that its always beneficial to have a little fun.

All of that to say that the golf world is about to become really familiar with a clone of Tiger Woods who was trained and taught by Tiger himself, and that’s really scary. Charlie could be destined for greatness, and I think everyone would happily sign up for another 40 year run of watching the name “Woods” take home golf tournaments.

You can check out some of the highlights of Charlie and Tiger’s round so far below:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock