‘Forgot My Putter a Few Times’: Charlie Woods Subtly Showcased His Father’s Trash Talking Skills While Mentioning About Tiger Woods’ Caddying Skills

Published 12/08/2022, 3:30 AM EST
ORLANDO, FL – DECEMBER 18: Tiger Woods and his son, Charlie Woods, walk on the 14th green during the PGA TOUR Champions first round of the PNC Championship at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club on December 18, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Ben Jared/PGA TOUR via Getty Images)

In a recent interview, Tiger Woods and his son Charlie discussed their passion for golf and their bond. Their first interview was where 13-year-old Charlie evaluated his game while striking a satire on his father’s skills as a caddie. The Woods duo will compete together in their third straight PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, on December 17–18. The pair ended in second place in last year’s PNC Championship. They both wore Woods’ signature red and black, and they hit a record of 11 straight birdies.

Earlier, the former number-one golfer’s only motto was to reach milestones and break records. But now, his focus is on supporting his son in achieving his dreams. The way the late Earl Woods helped his son, it’s now time for Woods to stand by the side of his son. However, Jr. Woods has been doing great in his junior golfing career lately. He shot his career’s best 68 in September this year. As a result, he qualified for the 54-hole championship at Koasati Pines at Coushatta in Kinder, La. 

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Was Charlie sarcastic to Tiger Woods?

In the interview, Woods talked about spending quality time with his son. And the little Woods was quite open about his father’s performance as a caddie. They first talked about how fun it was to hit the course together. Then Charlie spoke like his father, who was critical of his game. He said, “The biggest thing was just clean up the big numbers. That’s the main thing. Get the misses tighter, practice more. Just have fun.” But the table turned when he commented on his father’s caddie skills.

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The interviewer asked Charlie to summarize his father’s performance, which took a humorous yet sarcastic turn. Charlie said“He forgot my putter a few times. That’s really it.” Jr. Woods did not seem very impressed with his father’s time as his caddie. However, they laughed, and it added to another fun moment list.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES – 2021/12/17: Tiger Woods and his son Charlie pose for photos, during the PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club.
Tiger Woods is making his return to competitive golf, 10 months after sustaining serious leg injuries in a car crash. Woods is paired with his son, Charlie for the tournament. (Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

However, Woods is delighted with the opportunity to spend time with his son. After his accident last year, he has been struggling. He did not play at many events this year and could not play at the Hero World Challenge because of plantar fasciitis on his right foot. Although, he is set to play at PNC and win it this year.

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Saumya Yashawant

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A Commerce graduate who turned her passion into her profession, Saumya is a Golf writer at Essentially Sports. Having developed the love for the sport at a very young age, she watched Tiger Woods and caught inspiration from his legacy early on. Apart from Woods, she shares great admiration for her country's players like Vishwanathan Anand and Neeraj Chopra.

Edited By: Rohini Kottu

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