Tiger Woods' son Charlie wins his second tournament in two weeks

Tiger Woods’ son Charlie continues to dominate South Florida Junior golf circuit as eleven year old wins his second tournament in two weeks

  • Tiger Woods’ son Charlie won his second tournament in two weeks in Florida
  • Charlie, 11, is following in footsteps of legendary father finishing 3 shots ahead 
  • Tiger has been spotted as Charlie’s recognisable caddy at recent golfing events  

Tiger Woods’ son Charlie has continued to dominate the South Florida junior golf circuit to follow in the footsteps of his legendary father.

The eleven year old won his second tournament in a row, after finishing three shots ahead of the rest of the field at the PGA South Florida Section tournament.

His triumph is made all the more impressive given that two weeks ago he won a nine-hole U.S. Kids event by five shots thanks to a three-under-par 33.

Tiger Woods son Charle (pictured bottom right) won his second tournament in two weeks 

He finished three shots ahead of the rest of field at the PGA South Florida Section tournament

Charlie’s impressive feat of winning two of his last tournament by a combined eight shots has been watched very closely by his father, Tiger, who has been his caddy.

Due to his own golfing commitments, he will not be by his son’s side this weekend as he’s at the Northern Trust, the opening event of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs.

However, when asked at a shoot for his new series with GOLFTV, Tiger joked that it may not be too much longer until his son begins to challenge him in their family games.

‘I’m still winning … for now,’ Woods said. ‘He’s starting to get into it. He’s starting to understand how to play. 

Tiger has been spotted as Charlie’s caddy as some tournaments after his double triumph 

Woods has a close bond with Charlie and they have been spotted at sporting events together

‘He’s asking me the right questions. I’ve kept it competitive with his par, so it’s been just an absolute blast to go out there and just be with him. It reminds me so much of me and my dad [growing up].’

Woods was also asked about Charlie’s ability to break some records as he rises through the ranks.

He replied: ‘I don’t know. It depends how bad he wants it. It’s all on him. I wanted it at a very, very early age. I wanted to compete and play in this game. That’s on him—whether he wants it or not.’




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