Tiger Woods is arguably the Greatest of all time. There’s not a shot he can’t make.
But even Tiger has limitations, and things he can no longer do with this swing.
Enter his young son Charlie, who apparently is already a chip off the old block.
In a recent interview for GolfTV, Woods offered up a few nuggets about Charlie’s growing interest in golf.
“He’s starting to get into it, and he’s starting to understand how to play. He’s asking me the right questions,” Woods said. “It’s been just an absolute blast to go out there and be with him, and it reminds me so much of me and my dad growing up.”
You can watch the interview below:
Then Tiger revealed the aspect of Charlie’s game that he wishes he had.
“I wish I had his move,” Tiger said, laughing. “I analyze his swing all the time. I wish I could rotate like that and turn my head like that and do some of those positions. But those days are long gone, and I’ve got to re-live it through him.”
And when asked if he thinks Charlie will break his records someday, Tiger said, “It depends how bad he wants it.”
“It’s all on him,” Tiger said. “I wanted it at a very, very early age. I wanted to compete and play in this game. And that’s on him—whether he wants it or not.”
The older Charlie gets, and the older Tiger gets, eventually he should be able to beat his pops. It’s the circle of life.