WATCH: Tiger Woods and Son Charlie Twin in Iconic Sunday Red at PNC

by Madison Miller
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Tiger Woods and his son, Charlie, showed up in their Sunday best.

That is the duo showed up in their matching red Nike polos and black pants for the PNC Father-Son Challenge.

While Tiger Woods is the Masters champion between the two of them, most eyes are instead on his son Charlie.

Up until this tournament, Charlie was rather unexposed to the media in regards to golf. Now he had the chance to show people what he gets from his father.

According to CBS Sports, Charlie shot a 10-under 62 on the first round of the tournament on Saturday. On Saturday, the team relied on Charlie’s drives to place well on the scoreboard.

Charlie Carries Team Woods

Some might even say that Charlie Woods carried Tiger in the championship game. Tiger Woods may just agree.

“Tiger, who has had four back procedures since 2014, chuckled at the idea of Charlie carrying him, saying: ‘He did. He hit some of the most incredible golf shots. He had the best time. It couldn’t have been a better environment,'” Woods told ESPN.

Before Sunday, the duo was ranked as sixth.

Charlie even continued his well-known sassy attitude during the event. When Team Thomas, Justin Thomas and Mike Thomas, left their drivers in a right-hand bunker near one hole on the back nine, Charlie fired back. He wrote, “draw hole” on a note and left it in the bunker.

“It was an absolute blast … We had so much fun being around one another and cheering one another on. It was the most perfect environment. First and foremost, I’m dad. There is that competitive spirit that Charlie and I both share. We want to win, but being competitive and being with each other and leaning on one another, it was an absolute blast,” Woods told the Golf Channel.

Round two of the championship family event will be today starting at 8 a.m. ET. However, Team Woods won’t be playing until about 9:24 a.m. ET.

As of right now, Team Thomas is in the lead with Team Kuchar following close behind.

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