Tiger Woods' Kids Are His Biggest Supporters! See Their Cutest Sideline Moments Through the Years
Post Tournament Kisses: 2009
Woods greeted Sam and Charlie, who were just toddlers at the time, with a kiss after his final round at the 2009 AT&T National held at the Congressional Club in Bethesda, Maryland.
Practice Hugs: 2015
The Woods kids snuggled up to their father during a practice round before the 2015 Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Woods opened up to the Golf Channel about what a special moment it was to have his kids there to support him: "We all know what happened in '97 with my dad's health, and he was pronounced – well, he was dead at one point earlier that year; came back, and then came here and I won the Masters. To now have come full circle and to have a chance to have my kids out there and be able to share that with them, it's special."
Trailing right behind their father dressed in traditional white golf caddy uniforms, Charlie and Sam assisted their dad during the 2015 Par 3 Contest for the Masters at Augusta National.
Woods' Signature Red
Charlie and Sam wore their dad's signature red while standing on the sidelines during the final round of the 2016 Quicken Loans National tournament at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland.
#TeamTiger During the Tiger vs. Phil Showdown: 2018
Charlie and Sam watched the highly anticipated match between their father and three-time Masters winner Phil Mickelson from behind a white rope at the Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nevada. The five-hour event that took place in 2018 ended with Mickelson snagging the win.
Traveling Overseas: 2018
Wood's kids watched intently as their dad competed in the final round of the 2018 Open Championship at the Carnoustie Golf Club in Carnoustie, Scotland.
'It Means the World': 2019
It was an emotional moment for the Woods family when Tiger won his fifth Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday to top off one of the greatest sports comebacks of all time. Tiger's mother Kultida wiped away tears as Tiger hugged both of his kids after the overwhelming moment that marked his first major win in 11 years. “It means the world to me - their love and their support," he said of his kids.