Tiger Woods, 47, introduced alongside his daughter Sam Woods, 16, when he participated within the PNC Championship’s Professional-Am occasion along with his son Charlie, 14, over the weekend. The teenager served as a caddie for her professional golfer father and gave the impression to be having a very good time, in a brand new video taken on the occasion. She chatted with him and cleaned off his golf golf equipment, within the clip, which will be seen under.
Sam wore an official occasion shirt with “Woods” on the again and watched Tiger as he made a observe shot. The official Instagram account for the championship shared the video and added the caption, “For the primary time, Sam Woods is caddying for her father at the moment ❤.”
The PNC Championship occasion pairs members of the family collectively and this yr’s marks the fourth time Tiger and Charlie teamed up towards golfer Justin Thomas and his father, Mike.
Though it was Sam’s first time caddying for her dad, she and Charlie each beforehand acted as child caddies after they have been youthful. Tiger has inspired each of them to become involved within the sport that introduced him his success and even admitted to placing a golf membership in Sam’s palms when she was a child. “She couldn’t fairly maintain it. But it surely was there,” he stated in a 2007 press convention.
Tiger shares Charlie and Sam along with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren. They have been married from 2004 till 2010 and made headlines when their marriage started to crumble after reviews that Tiger had cheated on Elin with a couple of individual. After she filed for divorce, she opened up about being “blindsided” by the affairs.
“I by no means suspected, not a one,” she admitted. Regardless of the dramatic time, she nonetheless wished her ex effectively. “I want him all the most effective sooner or later, as an individual and as an athlete,” she stated. “I do know he’s going to go down as the most effective golfer that’s ever lived, and rightfully so.” In 2019, Elin had one other child with former NFL participant Jordan Cameron.