Tiger Woods' son has gone viral after a video emerged online showing the 10-year-old practising his swing.
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Tiger Woods' son, Charlie, impressed Twitter with his incredible golfing skills. According to the Daily Mail, the 10-year-old practised on a driving rage ahead of the juniors competition in Florida.
Tiger Woods' son 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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The video gathered more than 1.6 million views and YEN.com.gh 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."
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."
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported after serving some time in prison owing to a 10-year jail sentence, 100-year-old Akolobila has finally been released after an NGO campaigned to have him set free.
Akolobila was first handed a sentence of 10 years to serve at the Kumasi Central Prison after he was arrested by the police for possessing narcotics.
Prior to that untimely and unexpected fate, the 100-year-old man worked as caretaker of a large farm before being laid off due to old age which affected his ability to deliver maximum output.
Akolobila lost his livelihood and at that age he could hardly get another job to fend for himself.
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