Tiger Woods hugs son Charlie after WGC-Bridgestone Invitational win

Gregory Shamus

Tiger Woods has kept his children out of the public eye -- until Sunday, when he celebrated his eighth win at Firestone Country Club with his son, Charlie Axel.

Tiger Woods did something on Sunday evening at Firestone he had never done before. Nah, not win -- he’s done that 78 previous times on the PGA Tour.

Tiger, after nailing down his seven-shot victory over Keegan Bradley and Henrik Stenson, lifted his son Charlie into his arms and carried him into the scorer’s tent, in full view of the gallery and CBS cameras (video via PGATour.com)

"He’s [Charlie] never seen me win in person," Woods told Golf Channel about the moment. "Sam [daughter Sam Alexis] was there at the U.S. Open in ’08. She doesn’t really remember it but she likes watching the video of it.

"But he’s never been around when I’ve won a tournament so this was special for both of us and one that I think hopefully he’ll remember."

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