Woods 'fine' even if son Charlie does not play golf

Washington, Aug 7 (ANI): World No.1 Tiger Woods has said that he will support and guide his son in his life no matter whether he decides to play golf, go for another sport or even if he chooses not to play any sport at all.

According to the Washington Post, Woods, who celebrated his 79th PGA Tour victory after winning the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday with his four-year-old son Charlie, admitted that they play golf together, just as he did with his father, Earl.

Stating that he will support his son whatever he decides later in his life, the American star said that he would be happy and satisfied as long as his son is doing well and enjoying whatever field he chooses in the future, adding that Charlie emulates almost every stroke he plays while golfing.

According to Woods, his son would look over his shoulder and watch how Woods hit the balls, following which he starts mimicking his father moves, the next time Woods takes up his swing, step by step, adding that he also learned the game and fell in love with it in a similar manner from his father, who kept it light, fun and competitive. (ANI)


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