Tiger Woods and his son Charlie Woods showed off their golfing skills at the PNC Championship as a father-son duo.
According to ESPN, Team Woods arrived at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida on Sunday (Dec. 20) to play in the annual father-son challenge for the first time. The event brings together PGA Tour and LPGA athletes.
“I don’t think words can describe it. Just the fact that we were able to have this experience together, Charlie and I," Woods said. "It’s memories for a lifetime.”
Woods, 44, and his son had a strong day during the tournament. Charlie made some remarkable shots and his dad made eagle, which put him just four shots from the lead. He even did his first fist pump, which is his dad’s signature move.
Charlie has been on the radar as a junior golfer in Florida and won a tournament this past August.
Team Woods shot a second-straight 62 to finish the PNC Championship at 20 under. But the pair finished seventh place overall and just five shots behind their friends, Justin and Mike Thomas, who closed with 57 for a one-shot victory.