Tiger Woods Jokes His Son Charlie, 15, ‘Listens to Me About Golf' but Not 'Anything Else'

The pro golfer shares his two kids - Sam and Charlie — with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren

<p>David Cannon/Getty</p> Tiger Woods and Charlie

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Tiger Woods and Charlie

Tiger Woods' son is all ears when it comes to receiving advice from his dad — as long as it's about golf.

On Wednesday, May 1, the professional golfer, 48, appeared on Today and spoke with Carson Daly about how his son Charlie, 15, recently joined him at the PNC Championship in Orlando, Florida.

"Charlie’s fantastic, he’s 15, saw you at the PNC, you guys played together there. He’s tried to qualify for a few events," Daly began. "Tell me about that relationship on the course. I’ve got a teenager who doesn’t want to hear anything out of my mouth about his golf swing. Are you coach, are you Dad?"

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"Okay, but he will listen to you about broadcasting, right?" Woods asked, to which Daly responded with a yes.

"That’s the same thing. He listens to me about golf but not anything else outside of that, cause I don’t know anything else," Woods lamented. "And even then, there’s a little bit of pushback in golf. Which is totally cool, he’s 15 years old. It’s what happens. What teenagers go through. They’re trying to find their own place in the world."

Woods shares his son and daughter Sam, 16, with ex Elin Nordegren.

<p>David Cannon/Getty </p> Tiger Woods and his two kids

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Tiger Woods and his two kids

In March, Charlie received his state championship ring after his North Palm Beach, Florida school won the Class 1A golf title. As The Benjamin School team showed off their sparkly new hardware, Charlie's parents Woods and Nordegren looked on proudly.

In photos from the event, the parents hugged Charlie and smiled widely while taking in the ceremony.

During an interview with PGA, Woods explained that he is proud of his son no matter what. "I'm proud of whatever direction he chooses, whether he sticks with the game or not," he said.

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