Tiger Woods talks about his son's interest in golf
Tiger Woods talked about his son's golfing habits, what it meant to have him at Firestone and why he won't be emulating Rickie Fowler.
Tiger Woods' son Charlie was on hand for the first time to see his dad win a golf tournament on Sunday. He took a pretty cute photo, hopped into pops' arms, and then after it was all over Tiger talked about their relationship.
"This was the first win he's ever been at. That's what makes it special for both of us. He's never seen me win a golf tournament. (Daughter) Sam was there when I won the U.S. Open in '08, and she loves to look at the YouTube videos. Charlie has never had that, never felt what it's like to be with the trophy."
A pretty cool moment from somebody who almost never talks about anything besides himself and golf.
When asked whether Charlie would become a golfer, Woods responded:
"He likes playing, likes going out there and giving it a hit. He likes anything where there is contact with a bat and a ball or any hand-eye sport."
And Charlie likes the fist pump.
"He has done that and he's kind of cute when he does."
My favorite line, though, was Tiger's response when a reporter asked if Charlie was a Rickie Fowler fan.
"My kid is not going to wear a flat bill (cap)."
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