Evidence prove that Charlie Woods, Tiger’s son, to play in Future Masters in Dothan this summer following his stat

May 6, 2024


Charlie Woods tees off during the final round of the PNC Championship golf tournament Sunday, Dec. 17, 2023, in Orlando, Fla. Charlie Woods, the 15-year-old son of Tiger Woods, is set to play in the Future Masters tournament this summer in Dothan. (AP Photo/Kevin Kolczynski, File)

Charlie Woods, son of golf legend Tiger Woods, is set to participate in the Press Thornton Future Masters tournament this summer in Dothan.

The 15-year-old Woods, with a listed hometown of Jupiter, Fla., is among 255 players entered in the 15-18 age group for the 75th annual tournament, which runs June 22-29 at Dothan Country Club. There are three other age groups: 13-14, 11-12 and 10-under, comprising nearly 500 golfers total.

Woods played in a U.S. Open qualifier last year, but failed to advance. He has played alongside his father in a number of events, including the 36-hole PNC championship each of the last four years.

The Future Masters has taken place every year since 1950, and bills itself as the “proving ground for future PGA champions.” Past winners in various age groups include U.S. Open champions Hubert Green and Jerry Pate, Masters champion Larry Mize and more recent standouts Stewart Cink, Robby Shelton and Nick Dunlap.

Charlie Woods is the only son of Tiger Woods, the 15-time PGA Tour major champion.