PHOTO: Tiger Woods and daughter, Sam Woods, caddied together in Golf truck cart at the PNC Championship KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, December 17, 2023

PHOTO: Tiger Woods and daughter, Sam Woods, caddied together in Golf truck cart at the PNC Championship

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Tiger Woods and daughter, Sam Woods, caddied together in Golf truck cart at the PNC Championship.

It's proving to be an all-out Woods event at the 36-hole scramble, as the event famously pairs golfer with members of their family in the tournament. Charlie Woods is teaming up with his dad, meaning both of Woods' children are participating in a golf tournament with him for the first time ever. Sam Woods is 16 years old and Charlie Woods is 14.

The Woods kids are growing up.

It's an all-out family affair for the Woods' at the PNC Championship in Orlando, as Tiger Woods' eldest child, daughter Sam Woods, will be caddying for her dad in the first round of the tournament on Saturday.

Sam Woods could be seen on the bag as her father took some practice shots prior to the first round of the 36-hole event being held at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club. 

Charlie Woods did not mince words when discussing the missed birdie opportunities by himself and his father.

“I drove the ball really good today,” Charlie Woods told reporters. “I didn’t miss a fairway and still managed to shoot 8 under. So, we just suck at putting.”

That caused Tiger Woods to close his eyes and smile.

“That summed it up right there,” he said.

“For me to have both my kids inside the ropes like this and participating and playing and being part of the game of golf like this, it couldn’t have been more special for me, and I know that we do this a lot at home, needle each other and have a great time. But it was more special to do it in a tournament like this.”

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