Tiger Woods’ son, Charlie, qualified for the Notah Begay III Invitational at Koasati Pines at Coushatta in Louisiana.
To get into this field, the 14-year-old shot a 6-under 66 at the Last Chance Regional.
However, Charlie has struggled this week as he carded a 73-74 to sit at 5-over through 36 holes, tied for 23rd ahead of the final round.
While this tournament may be about him, his dad has stolen the show. Woods is on the bag this week for his son, and that has caused all kinds of excitement on social media.
For the second day in a row, a video surfaced showing his walk looking fairly normal.
The 15-time major champion isn’t limping. He looks strong. It’s the first time the world has seen him walk like this since before his horrific 2021 car wreck that caused significant damage to his right leg, ankle and foot.
Woods has been seen following Charlie on a golf cart at previous youth events. But this week, he has been strong enough to walk and carry the bag.
This week the PGA Tour is playing on one of his course designs, El Cardonal at Diamante, for the very first time. He was in Mex