‘Golf Emperor’ Woods “Hope for the biggest harvest of solidarity with his son, participating in major tournaments next year”

‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods put more meaning into the time he spent with his son Charlie than grades.

Woods teamed up with his son 메이저놀이터 Charlie at the PNC Championship, a PGA Tour event event that ended on the 19th (Korean time), for a final total of 20 under par 124 strokes. Woods and his son finished the tournament in a tie for eighth place.

Woods competed in this event three years in a row with his son. He finished 7th in 2020 and was runner-up in last year’s event.

He went on a whim this year. In the first round, he tied for second place, raising the possibility of a come-from-behind victory. However, the momentum could not be maintained. Woods and his son were both in poor physical condition.

Both of them entered the competition with sore legs. Woods suffered from plantar fasciitis, and his son Charlie also injured his ankle before the tournament.

Woods joked, “We were a team ice bath. Both walked like penguins on the course.” “It was an amazing experience just playing with his son and we were all great,” Woods said.

Woods is still in a situation where his legs are not intact in the aftermath of a car accident in February last year. He competed in three major tournaments this year, including the Masters Tournament, PGA Championship and The Open.

“It was a tough year, but it was also the most rewarding year in recent years,” Woods said. “I played with a sore leg, but now I think I can play properly.”

At the same time, Woods said, “I will take a break for a while and improve my walking ability,” and expressed his will to “recover properly and come back.”

Although he has not decided on a plan to participate next year, he also expressed his desire to participate in major tournaments. “I’m not sure when he’ll be back, but he hopes to play all four majors,” Woods said.