Tiger Woods’ 14-year-old son Charlie Woods added another win to his junior golf resume over the weekend.

The little cub competed in the boys 14-15 age division at the Last Chance Regional.


He fired a 6-under 66 to win the contest by one stroke and earn his spot in the forthcoming Notah Begay III National Championship

Charlie had his father on the bag and the 15-time major champion appeared to walk 18 holes alongside his son.

Woods has been routinely spotted supporting his son in junior golf tournaments, primarily in Florida, but has been using a cart.

That is because he is still recovering from ankle fusion surgery he had post-Masters.

GolfMagic has already written everything you need to know about his latest injury, which you can read by clicking here.

Woods, now 47 years old, was expected to be out of action for six months to a year. There was speculation he may retire once and for all.

But it is not inconceivable that we see the famed golfer and his son at tee it up at the PGA Tour’s annual PNC Championship in December.

Woods and Charlie have fared well in the hit and giggle contest over the years. Last year, the 15-time major champ congratulated his ex-wife Elin Nordegren on the birth of her baby boy Arthur last December.

“It’s great, we just stay in our own little world,” Charlie told media after claiming the second victory of his junior career.

“We take it one shot at a time,” he added. “He puts me in my place.”

Charlie opened his round with three consecutive birdies and threatened to come unstuck at the fifth and seventh holes with two bogeys.

He picked up a stroke at No. 8 before going on somewhat of a tear, carding three more birdies on the back nine.

Below, you can watch the birdie putt Charlie had at the final hole wearing the famous Sunday red. He even gave us a classic fist-pump made famous by his father.

Charlie added: “Shooting 68 last year and followed up with 66 this year, obviously, this course is great for me. You have to go shoot a low round to win this thing, and it’s not going to be given.

“[I] just took it one shot at a time, don’t think too far ahead, and you just gotta keep eating. That’s it.”

Reacting to the win, one fan wrote: “Tiger cold as ice too.”

Another said: “Having Tiger on the bag gotta be one of the biggest cheat codes. Those other golfer gotta be so nervous.”

Whilst another wrote: “He has all of Tiger’s mannerisms. The way he bends to get the ball out of the hole looks just like Tiger.”

This was Charlie’s second victory of the summer after he dominated an event on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, winning by eight strokes.

The Notah Begah III National Championship will take place over 4-6 November at Koasati Pines at Coushatta Casino Resort in Louisiana.


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