Tiger Woods reveals what frustrates him most about his son, Charlie


Tiger Woods reveals what frustrates him most about his son, Charlie
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Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods are currently playing at the PNC Championship. The two of them attract a lot of attention, and many expect that Charlie will be as good as his father. Judging by the behavior of the two on the course and off the golf course, Tiger and Charlie seem to have a great relationship. However, some things annoy Tiger about his son. Speaking to the media, Tiger revealed what it was all about;

"I just don't like the fact that he stares at his phone all the time. Put your phone away and just look around. That's one of the things that I think all parents struggle with is most kids don't look up anymore. "- Tiger Woods said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com!

Tiger Woods emphasized that many parents are frustrated by the same problem. Growing up in a completely different way, but also aware of his surroundings, Tiger believes that it is much better to look at the beauty of this world and what surrounds us.

"Everyone is looking down. Look around you, the world is so beautiful around you, just look up. But everyone is staring into a screen, and that's how people view life. It drives me nuts at times because he's always looking down and there's so many things around you that are so beautiful at the same time."- Woods continued.

Tiger Woods on his injury

Although he has been suffering from an injury problem for a long time, it seems that Tiger is now in a much better condition. He confirmed this in an interview with the media. He feels much better, which causes optimism among fans.

"It's better. Today was definitely a bit better. I felt like I was able to knock a lot of the rust off there at Hero [World Challenge] and my hands felt better with control hitting shots.

Especially today with the wind blowing as hard as it was, I was able to hit flighted shots nicely, which was not quite on par or as sharp as I was, as I wanted to be at Hero."

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