Viral video of Tiger Woods' son showing off golfing skills

Viral video of Tiger Woods' son showing off golfing skills

Tiger Woods' son has gone viral after a video emerged online showing the 10-year-old practising his swing.

Tiger Woods' son, Charlie, impressed Twitter with his incredible golfing skills. According to Daily Mail, the 10-year-old practised on a driving rage ahead of the juniors competition in Florida.

Charlie showed off his golfing talent in a recent tournament which saw his famous father caddying for him.

The video of the golfing superstar’s protégé was shared on Twitter by social media user @RiggsBarstool, who captioned the post:

"Charlie Woods will win 100 majors."

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As at the time of filing this report, the video gathered 1.6 million views and took a look at some of the comments the footage generated.

Twitter user, @MikeyPhresh24, commented:

"I would advise every little kid going to junior golf tournaments right now to find a new hobby."

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Another tweep, @mr_balty, wrote:

"I’m sure his coach knows a few things about winning majors."

Social media user, @rocko_ca, added:

"Swings like his daddy, especially at the end."

Meanwhile, previously reported that a 13-year-old Nigerian golf star identified as Iyeneobong Essien is currently enjoying the fame that comes with being exceptional in the game of golf.

Essien, who has won medals outnumbering her age, was the only teenager among the 177 golfers at the 2019 Nigeria Ladies Golf Open Championship.

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The teenager took the 10th place. Essien is said to be the top junior player in Nigeria.

Essien, who has competed in Africa, Europe, and the United States, looks forward to the 2022 Summer Youth Olympics, where she hopes to grab the first gold medal for golf.

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Talking about the game of golf, Essien said: “Anything that goes wrong is still your mistake, you are the one playing so you cannot blame your caddy or anyone for the mistake you made."

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