Woods’ son Charlie takes first place in the US Junior Amateur Golf Tournament preliminary round

Tiger Woods (right) and son Charlie.

Charlie Woods, son of the ‘golf emperor’ Tiger Woods (USA), passed the regional preliminary round of the US Junior Amateur Golf Tournament hosted by the United States Golf Association (USGA) in first place.

Charlie hit 1 under par 71 in the US Junior Amateur regional qualifying tournament held at Eagle Trace Golf Club in Coral Springs, Florida, USA on the 20th (Korean time).

Charlie, who was the only one of the 75 players who finished the game to score under par, earned a spot in this year’s US Junior Amateur finals, which is given to the top four players.

This year’s US Junior Amateur competition will be held in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA in July.

The US Junior Amateur, now in its 76th year, is a competition won by top stars of the current PGA Tour, including Jordan Spieth (2009, 2011) and Scotty Scheffler (2013, above, USA).

Charlie’s father, Woods, has won three consecutive championships since 1991. Woods is the only player to win this tournament three times in a row, and Woods and Spieth are the only two players to have won it more than twice.

Charlie, who was born in February 2009 and is 15 years old, had an unstable start with a bogey and a double bogey in the first two holes of the day, but later regained stability and made up for the number of strokes.

Charlie’s father, Woods, first reached the finals of the U.S. Junior Amateur when he was 14, and won for the first time in 1991 when he was 15.

This competition is open to players who are under 19 years of age at the end of the competition. 섯다

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