This Sunday, there’s a new character fist-pumping in red. Tiger Woods and his son Charlie debuted together at the PNC Championship on Saturday in matching magenta shirts. It wasn’t all that surprising to see them wearing matching Sunday red for Day 2.
Team Woods entered the second round of the event with some ground to make up. Their 10-under effort in the first round left them four shots behind Matt Kuchar and his son Cameron.
On Sunday, something else was familiar – the sight of Woods playing next to David Duval (new element: Duval’s stepson Brady) on a Sunday. The Woodses and the Duvals were paired together for the final round.
The golf world has marveled all week at how much Charlie’s mannerisms mimic his dad’s – the club twirl, the golf swing, the walking-in of putts.
Charlie Woods fist pump
The low uppercut. A Woods special. pic.twitter.com/KhJPSC1Sw4
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) December 20, 2020
Sunday morning, Charlie helped get team Woods going on the back nine with this walk-it-in putt for birdie on the 10th hole at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Grande Lakes that culminated with the uppercut fist pump we’ve all seen so many times before from his dad.
After Team Woods made two birdies, an eagle and a bogey on the front, the birdie at No. 10 got them to 4 under on the day and 14 under total.
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