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PNC Championship Round 1: Tiger Woods And Son Charlie Team Up To Acquire 6th Position

Team Woods were four shots behind the lead in the first round of the PNC Championship, 2020. It opened in the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Orlando, Florida, where the father and son duo played a 10-under-par-62.

Charlie, 11, carried around his father, Tiger Woods who had a severe back pain. The debut of Charlie impressed many in the golf circle. Both them together used the scramble format to shoot 10-under-par-62. The PNC Championship is majorly for senior players and major golfing members and champions. However, the 11-year-old did not disappoint at all with his terrific performance alongside his father in the PNC Championship round 1.

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Cameron and Matt are the tournament leaders by 4 strokes whereas the Woods are tied to the sixth position in the first round of the competition.

Team Woods Become The Talk Of The Golf-town After The PNC Championship Round 1

Tiger Woods talked about his son, Charlie’s performance in the 1st round of the PNC Championship. In a press statement, he laughed at the idea of his son carrying him around the field. Later he mentioned that he had hit some of the most incredible shots and that his son had the best time on the field.

Team Woods played with the Thomases, namely Mike and his son Justin Thomas. Later in a statement, Mike Thomson mentioned that Charlie Woods was “impressive” on the field. He further mentioned that the boy has a lot of potential in him for this sport.

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Fans and media are currently going gaga over some of the shots fired by Charlie Woods. The young Golfer has successfully captured many hearts with his impressive pro-like gaming techniques amidst major and senior players in the PNC Championship. Charlie’s par-5 third hole shot was the highlight of the game and some consider that shot to be even better than Tiger Woods’ himself.

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