Footage has surfaced for the first time of Tiger Woods' son Charlie swinging a golf club - and his action is every bit as good as you'd expect.
The ten-year-old was spotted playing in a junior tournament in Jupiter, Florida, home to his 15-time major-winning dad.
Golf.com's Dylan Dethier managed to get his hands on a clip of Charlie warming up on the range - with Tiger on the bag - and it's impossible not to be impressed.
Check out the footage below...
Somehow we’ve never seen Charlie Woods swing a golf club until now and MY GOD pic.twitter.com/wwDUb8lEcx— Dylan Dethier (@dylan_dethier) January 12, 2020
One, how good is that swing!
Two, what odds can we get on him becoming a future major winner?
Three, how intimidated must all the other caddie-dads have felt when they looked down the range and saw Tiger standing there?
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According to Dethier, Woods Jnr finished ninth out 16 in the event after posting a five-over 41. The winner carded 37.
Born in 2009, Charlie is the second child born to Tiger and his ex-wife Elin Nordegren. Their daughter, Sam, was born in 2007.
Should either of them go on to forge a career in golf, they would be the third of the Woods family to do so, following Tiger and his niece, Cheyenne, a one-time winner on the Ladies European Tour.