Charlie Woods one ups Tiger with high school state

Charlie Woods

Charlie’s championship win happened only days after the 47-year-old Tiger camped for him during the Louisiana Noah Begay III Junior Golf Championship. Charlie qualified for the Junior Golf Championship by winning his age group at the September Last Chance Regional second round.

After the win, Charlie was happy to have his father’s support when he was on the golf course in a post-round interview.

“We simply remain in our own small world,” Charlie admitted at the time, recognizing that his father “corrects me when I’m wrong.” “He says, ‘No,’ but I’ll talk about the next tee shot. We’re going to concentrate on one particular photo. Pay attention. This is our plan of action.”

Tiger Woods’ immediate plans for his own game are still uncertain, but in January, spectators will be able to see the 82-time PGA TOUR winner take the field in the TGL. All Tiger can do is hope Jupiter Links GC, his TGL squad, can achieve the same level of quick success as Charlie.

THE HILLS, HOWEY, FL (AP) – Being a member of a golf team that won a high school state championship is something Tiger Woods’ 14-year-old kid has accomplished that his father never could.

Charlie Woods

In the final of the two-day Florida High School Athletic Association competition, Charlie Woods and his team from The Benjamin School defeated First Academy by a single shot on Wednesday.
Charlie Woods shot 78-76 for a total of 154, finishing in a tie for 26th place with his father watching. Jake Valentine led his team, which ended in a tie for seventh place with 148 points, for a total of 602. Valentine put The Benjamin School ahead with a birdie on the 17th hole, and he closed with a game-winning par.

Pine Crest’s Alexander Weinberg took home the individual title for boys with a score of 143, while Florida Atlantic defeated First Academy by seven shots in the girls’ competition. First Academy’s Mi Li won the girls’ individual championship with a score of 136.


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