Charlie Woods was seen chipping in for birdie and celebrating like his father Tiger Woods en route to helping his Benjamin School boys side win a fourth state championship in program history at Mission Inn Resort and Club, Florida.
First-year team member and freshman Charlie Woods, 14, carded a round of 76 on Day 2 to total 154 and finish T26 on the individual board.
But Charlie's overall team, Benjamin boys golf, led by long-time coach Toby Harbeck, saw out the team title to claim it for the first time since 2009.
The victory marked the Bucs' third trophy of the season after district and region wins.
Charlie was joined on the team by Brooks Colton, Pavel Tsar, Jake Valentine and Tyler Bruneau.
Valentine was the star of the show for the Bucs with a 36-hole score of 148 to finish T8.
Charlie Woods' best shot came with a chip-in birdie from the side of the green.
The clip very quickly went viral on social media, especially as Charlie reacted with his father's famous fist pump.
WATCH CHARLIE WOODS' CHIP IN AND CELEBRATORY FIST PUMP HERE:
Here's a little compilation video of Tiger Woods' famous fist pumps:
Tiger Woods was once again on the bag for his young cub as he continues to show improved signs of recovery from ankle surgery earlier this season.
The former World No.1 last week admitted his ankle was on the mend but still sore when walking around a golf course.
It remains to be seen whether the 15-time major champion will be fit enough to compete in his annual Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas at the end of this month or the PNC Championship just before Christmas with his son Charlie Woods.