June 14, 2024
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

The younger Woods, and his teammates at The Benjamin School, won the state title in November
Charlie Woods’ latest accomplishment is par for the course!
On Tuesday, the 15-year-old son of golf legend Tiger Woods and his ex-wife Elin Nordegren received his state championship ring after his North Palm Beach, Florida school won the Class 1A golf title.
As The Benjamin School team showed off their sparkly new hardware, Woods, 48, and Nordegren, 44, looked on proudly.

In photos from the event, the parents hugged Charlie and smiled widely while taking in the ceremony.
It was the fourth time that Charlie’s school has taken home the state title — which they won in November — and comes amid the younger Woods’ own quest to strike out on his own.

Last month, Charlie came up short to qualify for the PGA Tour, after failing to advance in the 2024 Cognizant Classic tournament at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

While his frequent caddie and dad was not in attendance, Charlie was accompanied by his mom. Palm Beach Gardens High golfer Jacob “J.J.” Kutner carried his bag in the event.

Charlie Woods

Charlie shot 16-over 86 in the first round, while dealing with overzealous fans and shaky security while on the course.

The Palm Beach Post reported that “more than 50 fans” followed Charlie as he moved through the course, and he was even approached by one who was equipped with a pen and a copy of Tiger’s book, How I Play Golf, hoping that he would sign it.

Charlie and Tiger have competed together in the past, and are a fixture in the past four installments of the PNC Championship, where in 2021, they finished runners-up.

As for Tiger, his own next appearance on the golf course will be a major one — at the Masters next month in Augusta, Georgia.

The five-time Masters winner is on the official entry list of competitors at the tournament.

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