Golf fans are losing it over Tiger Woods' 10-year-old son's perfect swing


Tiger Woods' victory at the 2019 Masters underpinned his claim to being one of the greatest of all time.

Woods had spent several years out in the golfing wilderness, struggling with injury and personal issues before storming back to the top of the game at Augusta last year.

It was easily one of the most incredible comebacks in any sport as Woods climbed a staggering 1,193 places in the World Golf rankings in just a little over a year.

Having sunk to a miserable 1,199th in the world, Woods skyrocketed back into contention for major titles thanks to some vintage stroke play.

Now, Woods (15) will have his sights set on hunting down Jack Niklaus' major title record of 18 with 2020 promising to be a very exciting year for the 44-year-old.

He is also poised to play a massive part in the Ryder Cup, with Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington already claiming that Woods will be "the most dangerous" he has ever been at the famous old tournament.

However, with all that 2020 could bring, Woods got his year off to a quiet start in Florida this last weekend, caddying for his 10-year-old son, Charlie, in a junior tournament.

Fellow parents were taken aback when they saw the household name on the bag but it seems that young Charlie has stolen the show.

That is because a video of his incredible swing has been doing the rounds on social media with golf fans praising his lovely form.

Amazing - it looks so smooth and pure.

It looks like Charlie is well set to follow in his father's footsteps with the Woods family name set to dominate the world of golf for many years to come.

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Charlie would go on to finish second at the tournament but there can be no doubting that he is capable of making it big in golf.

He will be cheering his dad on for the rest of the year as Tiger aims to edge closer to dethroning Niklaus.

It could be quite a year.

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