Charlie Woods (top right) smiles as his father Tiger Woods is about to putt the 18th green during the final round of the World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club. (image by Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports)
by Kyle Porter, CBS SPorts
Akron, OH -- Tiger Woods' son Charlie was on hand for the first time to see his dad win a golf tournament on Sunday. He took a pretty cute photo, hopped into pops' arms, and then after it was all over Tiger talked about their relationship.
Here's what Woods told ESPN:
"This was the first win he's ever been at,. That's what makes it special for both of us. He's never seen me win a golf tournament. (Daughter) Sam was there when I won the U.S. Open in '08, and she loves to look at the YouTube videos. Charlie has never had that, never felt what it's like to be with the trophy."
A pretty cool moment from somebody who almost never talks about anything besides himself and golf.
When asked if Charlie was going to be a golfer, Woods responded.
"He likes playing, likes going out there and giving it a hit. He likes anything where there is contact with a bat and a ball or any hand-eye sport."
And Charlie likes the fist pump.
"He has done that and he's kind of cute when he does."
My favorite line though was when a reporter asked if Charlie was a Rickie Fowler fan.
"My kid is not going to wear a flat bill (cap)."