‘I meant to do that’: Watch the hilarious moment Tiger Woods’ son Charlie, 13, sent the PNC Championship crowd into a frenzy by getting lucky with a shot on the green
- Charlie swings from 234 yards out on hole No. 18 at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club
- His low drive narrowly escaped a greenside bunker and bounced onto the rim
- Incredibly enough, the teenager carried the golf ball just 40 feet away from the hole
- ‘Where did it go?’ Charlie jokes before dad tells him to ‘get back in the cart’
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Tiger Woods’ son, Charlie, went all-in at the PNC Championship on Sunday after hitting a spectacular shot on the green, which he later claimed he meant to do.
On the 18th hole of the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, Charlie, 13, used his driver from 234 yards out to pull a low burner that narrowly missed a greenside bunker and bounced onto the fringe. Incredibly enough, once the golf ball stops rolling, it is only 40 feet from the hole.
‘Where did it go?’ Charlie, 13, asked his 46-year-old father with a smile. Both rocked a red top with black pants and shoes — a familiar color combo worn by the 15-time major champion.
Charlie Woods, 13, pulls a low burner that narrowly misses a greenside bunker in Florida
Tiger Woods (right) and son Charlie line up a putt on the third green in their final round
‘Just get in the cart,’ a displeased Tiger replied.
‘Perfect. I meant to do that,’ Charlie joked.
The teenager managed a birdie putt on the par-5 18th and ended up carding a 65 with his father, with whom he shared a hot big after completing the hole.
The pair also birdied 10, 12 and 13 but finished the tournament at 20-under.
In the end it was Vijay Singh, 59 and his son Qass, who won the PNC Championship after finishing at 26-under.
Vijay Singh (right), 59 and his son Qass (left), won the tournament after finishing at 26-under
The ‘Big Fijian’ and his son shot an opening 59 on Saturday and repeated the same total on Sunday, before ending the tournament by shooting an eagle.
Tiger will now rest during the holiday season before joining the majors in 2023.
He previously said he was motivated to play one or two more tournaments other than The Masters, the Open, the US Open and the PGA Championship.
However, that depends on his recovery from plantar fasciitis, a recurring foot injury since being involved in a car crash last year, which shattered his right leg.
Last week, before the start of the PNC Championship, an emotional Woods said ‘seeing the faces’ of his son Charlie and 15-year-old daughter Sam helped him get back into golf. .