Charlie Woods chirps at Justin Thomas with a handwritten note on No. 13 at PNC Championship
If the highlight role plays after this year's PNC Championship, Team Woods' performance in 13th place in the first round is certainly in the mix. The short par 4 at the Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida said a lot about Tiger Woods and his son Charlie's skill and sense of humor.
At 11, Charlie is the youngest player to ever take part in the PNC Championship. During the competition he played forward tees and in 13th place his father sent him to Peg Driver - a club he'd been pounding so far that day.
When Charlie met a beauty who landed just before a bunker in the front right, Tiger didn't even tee off, but instead walked off the tee in this scramble format to hit Charlie's ball.
Charlie apparently made a pit stop on the way there.
Team Woods drew a pairing with Justin Thomas and his father Mike. Justin had hit his ball off the tee in a bunker. Charlie dropped a note that just said in capital letters, "DRAW HOLE!"
It drew a laugh and a head shake from Thomas and a big grin from Charlie.
"The apple doesn't fall far from the tree," Gulf Channel analyst Notah Begay, a former college teammate of Tiger, said on the show before the words written on the slip were revealed.
Team Woods made par on the hole to stay under at 8.
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