By Sam Weinman
The most revealing moment of Tiger Woods' Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational may have been what happened immediately after he clinched his eighth career win at Firestone CC.
That's when Woods, after holing out for 70 and a seven-stroke win, scooped up his 4-year-old son Charlie and carried him toward the scoring area.
It was a very rare window into Woods the father, proving that a golfer who played Firestone like a machine is indeed flesh and blood.
"This is the first win he's ever been at," Woods said. "That's what makes it special for both of us."