Charlie Woods posted a career low 68 on Sunday in qualifying for the Notah Begay III Junior Golf Championship in Florida, where he has father Tiger Woods as his caddy
Last Updated: 09/27/22 12:32 pm
Tiger Woods transitioned from a player role to a caddy to help his son hit a career low in a junior event in Florida.
On a weekend when Team USA was extending its Presidents Cup winning streak, Woods was at the Mission Inn Resort in suburban Orlando to see his 13-year-old son once more present himself as a potential future star.
Charlie Woods, who has impressed alongside his father in the last two hosts of the PNC Championship, scored a four under 68 in the final round of qualifying for the Notah Children’s National Golf Championships. Begay III.
With a 15-time major champion as hitter, Woods Jnr responded to the opening round 80 in the 36-hole event by combining an eagle and three birds with a lone forest ghost in a Impressive Sunday.
The highlight of his round was at par-5 14, where he tapped the eagle after jumping out with the albatross with his approach, with Woods finishing fourth in the set. Division Boys 12-13.
“Father [Tiger] Charlie told me to be patient. Just play steady golf. Just be patient, play, focus on each shot, don’t look too far ahead. Stay in the game. “
Woods Jnr expressed gratitude for his father’s advice, adding: “I couldn’t have done it without him. Some shots I might have missed!”
What’s next for the Tigers?
An emotional Woods denied retirement rumors after he left The 150th Open in July in St Andrews, although insisted he had “no plans” when asked about his future schedule.
Woods has traditionally competed on a limited fall schedule on the PGA Tour, although his caddy Joe LaCava said last month that he hopes to see the former world No. .
“I hope that he will play maybe in December at Heroes [World Challenge] and Father-Son [PNC Championship] and possibly Genesis [Invitational]”, LaCava told the Dan Patrick Show.” I still hope he plays three, maybe four tournaments before The Masters.
The Hero World Challenge runs from December 1 to 4, live on Sky Sportsis a limited field event that Woods organizes through his foundation in the Bahamas and the venue he returned to from injury in both 2016 and 2017.
Woods will almost certainly tee off in the PNC Championship alongside his son, Charlie, who loved his debut in the father-son competition in 2020 and came in second in last year’s competition.