Tiger Woods’ Son Scores 86 in PGA Tournament Pre-Qualifications

(Hobe Sound) Expectations to see 15-year-old Charlie Woods, son of Tiger Woods, on the PGA circuit will have to stay on hold. During a pre-qualification round, Charlie Woods marked 12 on a hole leading to a score of 86 on Thursday.

At the Lost Lake Golf Club, Woods wasn’t able to achieve a birdie, as one of the four pre-qualification rounds for the Classique Cognizant was underway. Approximately 20 golfers from the four locations were aiming for a pass for the qualifying round, which is scheduled for next Monday. At the end, the top four golfers would secure their position in the regular PGA tournament squad.

Charlie Woods, who recently celebrated his 15th birthday this month, has played 36 holes at the PNC Championship alongside his father in the last four years.

Woods was partnered with Olin Browne Jr. during the game, who qualified for the U.S. Open last summer in Los Angeles. Olin Browne’s son, who has previously won three professional tournaments on the PGA Tour, marked 72 in the game.

By the time Tiger Woods was 16, he had already won the first of his three U.S. Junior Amateur Championship titles. He was also extended a sponsorship invitation to participate in his first professional golf tournament, the Nissan Open, at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles. His score was 72 and 75 in the tournament, but unfortunately, he failed to make the cut for the weekend.

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