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Tiger Woods' 11-year-old son Charlie Woods is a chip off the old block. The father and son team finished seventh at the PNC Championship in Orlando, Florida on Sunday.

Tiger and Charlie finished with a 62 over 2 rounds of the 36-hole championship. Charlie outshined his 44-year-old dad, who taught his son well. Charlie displayed the same discipline, mannerism, tight swing, and even his father's signature fist pumps.

Charlie got his first eagle on the third hole. Using a 5 wood, Charlie smacked the ball onto the green leaving it 3 feet from the hole. Then he putted the ball straight in for an eagle.

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With Tiger on the verge of retirement, young Charlie is very capable of filling his daddy's shoes some day.

Charlie, whose mom is former Swedish model Elin Nordegren, started playing competitively in Palm City, Florida, where he won a junior golf tournament in August.

Tiger also has a daughter with Nordegren named Sam Alexis Woods, 13.
 

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Serena Williams won her first tennis title in three years at the Auckland Classic on Sunday. The 23-time Grand Slam singles champion beat unseeded fellow American Jessica Pegula 6-3 6-4 to win her 73rd WTA title overall.

It is Williams' first title since she won the Australian Open while eight weeks pregnant with her daughter Olympia in 2017.

"It feels good. It's been a long time," Williams said. "I think you could see the relief on my face."

"I have been playing for so long and been through so much and I'm happy to be doing something I love," she told reporters.

The 38-year-old mother of one celebrated with her 2-year-old daughter Olympia on the court. Williams will donate her $43,000 prize money and her match-worn tennis dresses to a fund to battle bush fires in Australia.

Williams seeks to tie tennis legend Margaret Court's record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles at the Australian Open, beginning on January 20.

Williams and her doubles partner Caroline Wozniacki were beaten 6-4 6-4 by Asia Muhammad and Taylor Townsend in the women's doubles final.

U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter.com to congratulate Williams on her big win. Trump called Williams "a great player and an even greater person."

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