Golf fans offer unanimous verdict over hilarious clip of Tiger Woods and Charlie on Masters Sunday

Tiger Woods' teenage son Charlie Woods made a surprise visit to Augusta National ahead of the final round of the 2024 Masters.

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods' teenage Charlie made a surprise appearance at Augusta National on Sunday.

Woods, 48, carded a disappointing 10-over 82 on moving day having previously declared he felt as though he could mount a charge. 

Only 24 hours prior he added another achievement to his list of career accolades by breaking the record for consecutive cuts made at the Masters.

Woods made the weekend for the 24th Masters Tournament in a row, surpassing Gary Player and Fred Couples. 

In the immediate aftermath of his latest bonkers achievement, Woods said all he wanted to do was rub it in Couples' face. 

But he went backwards on Saturday, recording his worse score in 99 career rounds all the while looking in extreme discomfort

Many golf fans predicted that he would likely withdraw and get some rest before ramping up his preparations for next month's PGA Championship

Instead he told of how he was going to get some treatment and finish the 88th Masters strong. 



The 15-time major champion arrived at the practice facilities on Sunday early alongside his 15-year-old son. 

He played the fourth and final round with amateur Neal Shipley, who won the patrons' hearts with an incredible performance at the first major of 2024. 

Charlie held out an iron as his father striped some shots down the range.

At one point, he even turned instructor, prompting an almost unanimous reaction from X users. 

Former Masters champion Trevor Immelman wrote: 'Seeing Charlie Woods on the range giving his old man a lesson is so cool."

Another added: 'You’ve got to love that Charlie Woods is giving his Dad Tiger a lesson after his 82 yesterday at the Masters.'

This person wrote: 'When Tiger does play his final round at the Masters one of these years, it would be cool if Charlie caddied for him."

Woods has previously alluded to the fact his son may carry his bag at some point in the future. 

At the 2024 Masters, he had Lance Bennett carry his clubs having previously parted ways with Joe LaCava. 



Woods' appearance at next month's PGA Championship at Valhalla is not guaranteed.

He suggested late last year that he wanted to play at least one tournament per month in 2024 but so far hasn't been able to. 

Woods withdrew from the Genesis Invitational in February through illness and skipped several PGA Tour events in the lead up to the Masters.

Asked what has kept him from playing, Woods told reporters: "Well, I wasn't ready to play. My body wasn't ready. My game wasn't ready. 

"And I thought that when I was at Hero, once a month would be a really nice rhythm. 

"Hasn't worked out that way. But now we have major championships every month from here through July. So now the once a month hopefully kicks in."

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