March 22, 2024

This week marks Charlie Woods, the son of Tiger Woods,’s AJGA debut.


A sponsor has extended an invitation to Charlie, who turned fifteen in February, to participate in the Will Lowery Junior Championship.


At the Carolina Trace Country Club, Tiger was seen cheering Charlie on during his first competition on the tour he dominated as a youth.


The 15-time major champion met in private with Yasir Al-Rumayyan, chairman of LIV Golf, and had to return quickly from the Bahamas to be there.


It should come as no surprise that Charlie’s entry into the sport has generated a lot of interest from the public and media.


Additionally, armed police are reportedly stationed at the entry, carefully reviewing IDs before granting credentials.


The action is probably a reaction to the treatment Charlie endured when he tried to enter his first PGA Tour event in February.


Charlie shot a 16-over par 86 in a pre-qualifier for the Cognizant Classic, but things didn’t go as planned.


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However, the rowdy fan behavior at Lost Lake Golf Club ruined his round.


As per a comprehensive study published in the Palm Beach Post:


Charlie was followed by spectators in the fairway, defying authorities’ orders to remain back.

A fan allegedly insisted that Charlie sign a copy of his father’s book, “How I Play Golf.” A mother said that she had pulled her granddaughter out of school in the hopes that Charlie would notice her.


Hopefully, Charlie’s most recent competition goes off without a hitch.


Charlie plays mostly on the Junior PGA South Florida Tour and the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, but he is still in the early stages of his junior career.


Like Pops in his prime, he has already won one event and easily triumphed by eight shots.


When Charlie and the Benjamin School boys team won a high school state golf title in November of last year, Charlie also boasted about his father.


Growing up, Tiger never took home a state championship.


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