Charlie Woods, Son of Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren, Turns Heads at Age 12

Following in his Father’s Golfing Footsteps

Charlie Woods, son of famous golfer Tiger Woods, is becoming a great golfer like his dad. Despite some tough times, including his parents’ public divorce, Charlie, now a teenager, loves playing golf.

It all started when Charlie’s parents, Elin Nordegren and Tiger Woods, met through a mutual friend, golfer Jesper Parnevik. Tiger was interested in Elin before, but she was dating someone else at the time. Eventually, they fell in love and got married in 2004.

Their marriage faced trouble in 2009 when Tiger’s affairs were exposed, leading to their divorce in 2010. Despite this, they agreed to co-parent their two children, Sam and Charlie.

Charlie, born in 2009, showed a talent for golf at a young age. He’s been seen competing in tournaments since age seven and has even won some, with his dad cheering him on.

Tiger hopes Charlie enjoys golf but understands if his interests change. During the COVID-19 pandemic, they played putting contests in their backyard, with Charlie often winning.

In December 2020, they played together in a tournament for the first time, impressing everyone. Charlie even did his dad’s famous fist pump.

Charlie, now 12, jokes with his competitors during games and enjoys playing golf. Tiger makes sure Charlie is protected from media attention, ensuring he can focus on enjoying the game.

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