Tiger Woods’ son Charlie wins Florida state high school golfing championship… earning an accomplishment his dad never did!
By Jake Fenner
Published: 18:34 EST, 16 November 2023 | Updated: 19:10 EST, 16 November 2023
Charlie Woods makes history by winning Florida state high school golfing championship
In a remarkable turn of events, Charlie Woods, the 14-year-old son of golf legend Tiger Woods, has achieved an incredible feat that his father never accomplished during his high school years.
Representing The Benjamin School, Charlie displayed exceptional skill and determination as he competed in the FHSAA Class A boys golf state championship at Mission Inn Resort in Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida.
Over the course of two days, Charlie showcased his talent by shooting a remarkable 78-76, contributing significantly to his team’s success in clinching the state championship title.
Although Charlie finished as the fourth-best player on the five-man golf team, his overall performance secured a commendable T-26 position in the tournament.
A proud moment for Charlie and his father
As Charlie triumphed in the Florida high school state golfing championship, his father Tiger Woods watched on with immense pride and cheered him on throughout the tournament.
This achievement holds special significance for Charlie as he accomplished something that his father never did during his own high school days at Western High School in Anaheim, California.
It is worth noting that California never held a state championship while Tiger was in high school. Instead, Tiger won the CIF’s SoCal Regional in 1991 and earned the title of Southern Section medalist in 1991, 1993, and 1994.
Furthermore, Tiger Woods made history as the youngest golfer to win the US Junior Amateur in 1991, showcasing his exceptional talent from a young age.
Charlie’s victory in the Florida state high school golfing championship not only highlights his individual skill but also serves as a testament to the dedication and support of his father.
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