Charlie Woods, 15, Tiger Woods' Son, Unsuccessful in Attempt to Qualify for PGA Tour Event

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At a pre-qualifying round for the PGA Tour's Cognizant Classic, Charlie Woods, Tiger Woods' 15-year-old progeny, encountered a setback with a score of 16-over-par 86, dashing his aspirations of participating in his inaugural PGA Tour event.

Competing at the Lost Lake Golf Club, young Woods aimed to secure a spot in his first PGA Tour event but faced challenges on the course.

Throughout his game, he managed to secure 11 pars, demonstrating moments of potential and skill.



However, his performance was marred by several setbacks, including four bogeys and two double bogeys, along with a significant setback on the par-four seventh hole, where he scored a 12.

Only the top 25 competitors, along with those tied for those positions, move on to the final qualifier on Monday, from which just four will make it to the main tournament.

The Cognizant Classic, boasting a prize fund of £7.1 million, will feature renowned golfers like Rory McIlroy at the PGA National in Florida next week.

Charlie has previously showcased his golfing talents by participating in the last four editions of the PNC Championship exhibition event with his father, Tiger Woods. Unfortunately, Tiger had to pull out from the Genesis Invitational the previous week due to health issues.

In last year's Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship, Charlie Woods made a notable appearance, finishing tied for 17th in the boys' 14-15 division, with the legendary 15-time major winner Tiger Woods by his side as his caddie.


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