Charlie Woods has been making the headlines in the junior circuit. Despite being under the realm of his 15-time Major winner father Tiger Woods, the 13-year-old has already caught everybody’s attention around the sport with achievements of his own. With big shoes to fill, let’s take a look at some of the golf stats of who many consider the future of golf.
Charlie is no more the kid who watches his father from the crowd. Instead, he now competes at the boy’s division age 11-13 Junior Golf Championship, with Tiger Woods being the caddie. With so much at stake at such a young age, what do the stats of Charlie look like?
Charlie Woods’ Scoring Average, Handicap, and more
In recent amateur events, Charlie has been consistent with making sure he scores less than 80 in most events. This has resulted in him earning a scoring average of 75.75. His average for par 3’s is 3.19, while the scoring average of par 4’s and par 5’s are 4.29 and 5.03 respectively.
Though the 13-year-old has yet to record an eagle, he still has 24 birdies to his name. Charlie has made 80 pars while scoring 30 bogeys and 8 double bogeys. His golf handicap is unknown. However, considering his performance on the course, Charlie is known to be a scratch golfer, who has a handicap of 0.0 or lower.
Charlie Woods has earned around 4000 points in total, with 500 points earned through the bonus. Despite being ranked tied to 37th rank, the teen golfer shows promising golf traits. Still, with a lot to offer to the sport, what is the next step in the amateur career of Tiger Woods’ son?
What’s next for Charlie Woods?
Charlie has already been getting the taste of victory. He won the Major Championship at Village Golf Course earlier this year. His most notable performance came alongside Tiger, as the father-son duo finished runners-up at the 2021 PNC Championship.
Moreover, the teen Woods also shot a career-low, after an impressive 68 in the final round of the Notah Begay III Junior National Golf Championship. Charlie also has been very common to top-10 finishes in the 11-13 boys division. Nonetheless, this marks the end of Charlie in the division in which he has been competing for the past two years.
Next year, after turning 14, the little Woods will compete in the 14-15 boys division. As he gradually grows, Charlie will have to face some of the greats in the professional circuit in some years, which may also include his father.
Will Charlie Woods get out of the shadow of his father’s legacy and create one of his own? What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.