Woods, 46, and Charlie, 13, gave the interview to one of the big cat's oldest friends in the game: Notah Begay III.
The duo's chat was filmed a few weeks ago after Charlie competed in the Notah Begay III Junior National Golf Championship.
It was broadcast on Wednesday and aside from dad Tiger forgetting his putter a few times, it appears Charlie approved of his father's caddying performance.
Tiger told Begay III:
Charlie - who was filmed last week having zero interest in JT's banter - qualified for the tournament having shot his best ever round of 68.
Over the course of the week Charlie shot 72-69-71 for a 1-under 211 total to finish 11th in the 12-13 age division, making 13 birdies and an eagle during the three days.
Charlie said of his performance:
Of Tiger's caddying performance, Charlie said:
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Tiger Woods had arguably the greatest junior career in Golf history. Tiger commenting on how and why the competition is so much better today that when he played. Don’t miss the @Short_Par4 @nb3jgnc presented by @Realty1NM @Coushattaresort 7pm Wednesday & Thursday on @Golfchannel pic.twitter.com/QMuNMzMje1— Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship (@nb3jgnc) December 6, 2022
When the interview was over Tiger turned to his son and said: "Proud of you buddy."
That line would cause the coldest of hearts to melt.
Tiger and Charlie will be back in action at the PNC Championship at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club for the third time over 17-18 December.
Last year the big and little cat finished second and produced a remarkable Sunday run, combining to shoot a 59 in Woods' trademark red and black combo.
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