“It is much more important to be with my son.”

Tiger Woods (USA), the ‘Emperor of Golf’, once again placed great significance in participating in the PNC Championship with his son, Charlie Woods.

Woods, along with his son Charlie, participated in the PNC Championship Pro-Am held at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, USA on the 17th (Korean time). Before the round, he fully enjoyed the atmosphere of the tournament, such as taking a commemorative photo with an Annika Sorenstam hat.

On this day, Woods was one of the busiest people. In the video released by the PGA Tour on YouTube, Woods spread his legs behind him when Charlie addressed him, lowered his stance, and held a mobile phone to record the swing scene. Woods then replayed the video and had his son analyze his swing.

Charlie, who grabbed a driver and swung vigorously in front of his father’s eyes, was satisfied, but soon picked up a tee and watched Woods’ video together. Charlie is a lot bigger than a year ago and his swing is more powerful.

Even before the tournament, Woods smiled at his son’s pride.

“Charlie sent me farther than me as a driver two weeks ago,” Woods said. I think the time to beat me will come soon,” he said with satisfaction, saying, “Charlie does all the shots, and I just have to hole out with the putter.” 메이저놀이터

Woods, who came on the course, was still not in perfect shape, as he sometimes walked with a limp. However, Woods said, “I don’t particularly care about the pain in my leg,” and said, “Being with my son is much more important than that, and being able to have this experience with him is precious.”

Woods, along with his son Charlie, are competing in the event for the third year in a row. He participated for the first time in 2020 and tied for 7th place, finishing runner-up last year.

Starting on the 18th, this tournament is an event game for families to participate together. Two-person teams play 36 holes over two days to determine the winner. In this year’s competition, 20 teams, including Woods and his son and Sorenstam and Hats, participated.