Charlie Woods Hits another biggest record again, the South Florida PGA Junior Tour is shocked

By | June 18, 2024

Charlie Woods Sets Another Record, Shocking South Florida PGA Junior Tour Members

14-year-old Charlie Woods (center) holds up the trophy after shooting 102 shots to become the individual champion of the SFPGA West Coast High School Tournament with Benjamin coach Toby Harbeck (left) at Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club in Naples. September 30, 2023 Golf fans who have been watching Tiger Woods’ son Charlie Woods grow up may be wondering where, or if, the future golf star will play at the high school level. The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens is the lucky winner and is already reaping the benefits of his skills.

After winning the South Florida Junior PGA Tour’s West Coast High School Tournament on Saturday afternoon, the Buccaneer boys golf team is on track to capture the state championship, the fourth for the 14-year-old freshman. Phenom. Charlie was the individual champion at the two-day tournament at Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club in Naples. Seniors Aiden Miller and Tyler Bruno tied for second and Luke Wise took fourth. Travis Robertson, another senior from Benjamin, shot and killed both of them before retreating. Charlie’s performance marks his second appearance in the low round since last weekend’s Notah Begay III “Last Chance in Florida” U.S. Junior Golf Championship, held at the Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, where Benjamin will attend high school, and the state championships will be held this fall.

Tiger’s performance and final scores of 71 and 66 (a career-best second round with nine birdies) earned Charlie a spot in the regional junior qualifier for the 14-15 year old boys group and advanced him to the national tournament championship in Coushatta, Louisiana. The event is scheduled to begin on November 4th and conclude in November. The Florida High School Athletic Association State Golf Championship Tournament kicks off on Nov. 6, with team and individual champions to be crowned on Nov. 15. Charlie has nothing but positive things to say about Mission Inn Resort’s El Campion Course. Woods told tournament host Ryan Barr:

“This course suits me very well.” » When Charlie plays in the collegiate state championship for the first time in November, the high school rules and regulations might scare his dad. But the Bucks will be confident with an experienced rookie in the lineup. Charlie Woods, with Tiger Woods as his caddie, made 18 putts to win the Notah Begay Tournament. Justin Leonard got a good look at Tiger Woods playing as Charlie at a recent tournament in Florida, the Junior Golf Club Championships.

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