Tiger Woods’ kids Sam and Charlie caddy for him at Masters par-3 contest
If you have watched any coverage of the Masters so far this week, you have probably seen a different Tiger Woods than the one we have grown accustomed to seeing for the better part of two decades. The uptight Tiger we’re used to has morphed into a smiling, frolicking father of two.
On Wednesday, Woods competed in the Masters par-3 contest for the first time since 2004. He told ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi that he decided to take part because his kids wanted him to. Sam, Tiger’s 7-year-old daughter, and Charlie, his 6-year-old son, caddied for him during the event.
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As you can see, Tiger’s girlfriend Lindsey Vonn also tagged along. Woods looked like he was having a great time, though he was officially disqualified when he let young Charlie tap in a putt. That’s fine with Tiger, who openly admits he would never try to win the par-3 contest since no winner has ever gone on to one the Masters that year.
Between taking part in the par-3 contest with his kids and dancing up a storm during practice rounds, Tiger has barely been recognizable in his return from a two-month hiatus.
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