Charlie Woods Results – Including Hurricane Junior Golf Tour Win again.

May 24, 2024

Tiger Woods’s son is at the start of what could be a promising career, but how have his results been so far?

Charlie Woods is embarking on a promising career

With a dad who can make a serious case for being the greatest player of all time, it’s not surprising that Charlie Woods has been making headlines since beginning to follow in Tiger’s footsteps with a burgeoning golf career of his own.

But how do his results stack up, and is the hype the 15-year-old is generating merited?

Charlie’s ability first caught the attention of the public when he was aged just 11 at a local junior event in Florida. In it, he shot a three under 33 over nine holes to win by five shots. Not bad considering that, just two years earlier, his dad had explained that he and his sister Sam were more interested in soccer.

Since bursting onto the scene at that young age, Charlie has had considerably more success on the course. Later in 2020, he appeared alongside Tiger at the PNC Championship for the first time, and they performed admirably, finishing seventh after shooting a pair of 62s.

The year after, it got even better as, despite Tiger’s long layoff after injuring his right leg in a car accident, the pair finished second at the tournament, two shots behind John Daly and John Daly II, including a final round 57 that included 11 straight birdies. The pair followed that up in 2022 with a T8 at the event at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club.

Charlie has appeared with dad Tiger at several editions of the PNC Championship at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club

Between 2022and 2024, Charlie had already begun making a name for himself in tournaments without his famous dad alongside him, too.

In 2021, he competed on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour in the Boys 11-13 category. From his six starts, he achieved finishes of T8, 3rd, 10th, 7th, 8th and 12th.


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In 2022, Charlie again played mainly on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour as well as the Junior PGA South Florida Tour, playing eight tournaments overall. In the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, Charlie competed in the Boys 11-13 category again. In his four appearances, he finished 2nd, T1, 10th and 1st, with that win coming in the Major Championship at Village Golf Course.

On the Junior PGA South Florida Tour, he played in the decidedly more challenging Boys 13-18 group, with finishes of 22nd, T40, T23 and T28. 

He also finished T4 in the Last Chance Regional for the Notah Begay III Boys’ Jr Golf National Championship. In the tournament, he finished a highly creditable 11th in the Boys 12-13 category among the field of 32.

Charlie Woods’s career development has been impressive

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On the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour in 2023, Charlie moved up to the Boys 14-15 category, and finished T1, 2nd, T9 and 1st from his four tournaments. The latter result was particularly impressive as he cruised to victory by eight shots in the Major Championship at Village Golf Course, his second win at the tournament in a row, albeit in a different age category.

In 2023, on the Junior PGA South Florida Tour, Charlie’s eight tournaments finished T19, T8, 15th, T33, T20, 10th, T35, T5.

He also shot a 66 in the Last Chance Regional to close out victory and qualify for the 2023 Notah Begay III Boys’ Jr Golf National Championship in the Boys 14-15 category, where he finished T17 with Tiger caddying for him every day.

Then, in November, he helped his team to the Florida High School Athletic Association Class A state championship.

While it’s still early days for Charlie, and talk of him making it in the professional game, or even one day securing a Major win, is premature, as things stand, his results show that he undoubtedly has the potential to go further in the game.

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Hurricane Junior Golf TourDateTournamentPosition24 April 2021PGA National Junior OpenT86 June 2021South Florida Summer Kickoff323 June 2021The Champion Course Junior Open At PGA National1011 September 2021PGA National Fall Junior Open72 October 2021South Florida Fall Junior Open827 December 2021PGA National Holiday Open125 February 2022Disney Junior Open226 February 2022South Florida Junior OpenT123 April 2022PGA National Junior Open105 June 2022Major Championship at Village Golf Course125 February 2023South Florida Junior OpenT14 March 2023Jensen Beach Spring Junior Open222 April 2023PGA National Junior OpenT93 June 2023Major Championship at Village Open1

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Junior PGA South Florida Tour2DateTournamentPosition1 June 2022Medalist Tour – Plantation PreserveT2218 June 2022Nicklaus Junior ChampionshipT403 September 2022SFPGA Labor Day ClassicT2310 September 2022Medalist Tour – PGA National EstatesT2818 March 2023Medalist Tour – Martin DownsT1929 April 2023Medalist Tour – Crane WatchT86 May 2023Medalist Tour – Wellington National1519 June 2023South Florida Jr. PGA ChampionshipT3322 June 2023Nicklaus Junior ChampionshipT202 August 2023The SFPGA Jr. Cup102 September 2023SFPGA Labor Day ClassicT352 December 2023SFPGA Tour ChampionshipT5

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Notah Begay III Jr Golf National ChampionshipDatePositionPosition24 September 2022Last Chance RegionalT47 November 2022Notah Begay III Boys’ Jr Golf National Championship1124 September 2023Last Chance Regional14 November 2023Notah Begay III Boys’ Jr Golf National Championship17

Mike Hall

News Writer

Mike has over 25 years of experience in journalism, including writing on a range of sports throughout that time, such as golf, football and cricket. Now a freelance staff writer for Golf Monthly, he is dedicated to covering the game’s most newsworthy stories. 

He has written hundreds of articles on the game, from features offering insights into how members of the public can play some of the world’s most revered courses, to breaking news stories affecting everything from the PGA Tour and LIV Golf to developmental Tours and the amateur game. 

Mike grew up in East Yorkshire and began his career in journalism in 1997. He then moved to London in 2003 as his career flourished, and nowadays resides in New Brunswick, Canada, where he and his wife raise their young family less than a mile from his local course. 

Kevin Cook’s acclaimed 2007 biography, Tommy’s Honour, about golf’s founding father and son, remains one of his all-time favourite sports books.