Tiger Woods has something to celebrate. His son Charlie Axel Woods turns one today!
The tiny tot first made his international media debut only ten days after he was born. The golfer posted photos on his website of him cradling his son and gently kissing him on his forehead. Big sister Sam also gave him a peck in another picture while his mom Elin Nordegren and the family's two dogs made it into Charlie's first family photo.
"Both Charlie and Elin are doing great and we want to thank everyone for their sincere best wishes and kind thoughts," Woods had written on his website at the time. "Elin, Sam and I are very excited for the new baby to arrive, although that's when the real lack of sleep begins."
As RadarOnline.com reported exclusively, Woods left rehab last week and flew out of Mississippi with Elin to see his children for the first time in more than a month.
Almost immediately, rumors of his return to golf sprung up with most stories pointing to him playing in the upcoming Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona.
However, in a new interview his caddie Steve Williams emphatically denies that Woods will appear at the tournament which begins on February 17. Woods had previously made his golfing return after knee surgery last year at the Dove Mountain course.
“The stories stating Tiger will return at the matchplay have no truth to them,” The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Williams as saying.
Tiger has not been seen publicly since the golfer left rehab, although Elin is now back in Orlando.