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Charlie Woods is on his way to emulate his legendary father, Tiger Woods. The year saw him grow as a golfer where he participated in nine tournaments, with his father serving as his caddie. 2023 served as a good campaign for Charlie Woods who one-upped his father by winning a high school state championship trophy. With their latest outing in the last event of the year at the PNC Championship where they finished at T5, all eyes now turn to 2024 and what it holds for Charlie Woods.

Charlie Woods could look at a packed schedule for 2024 with regional, national, and invitational tournaments lined up for him alongside several other events. With that let’s take a look at what Charlie Woods’ 2024 schedule could look like.

What tournaments will Charlie Woods compete in 2024?

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2023 marked the most number of tournaments that the 14-year-old has participated in so far. For the upcoming season as well, his schedule is packed all year long. Charlie is in the amateur phase of his career and plays on the South Florida Section Junior Tour. Next year he is likely to begin his campaign in the Martin Downs Tournament which is hosted by the Medalist Tour in March. At the same tournament this year Charlie Woods finished tied for 19th and will look to improve on that.

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Next up on his calendar in April, will be the Crane Watch, another tournament on the Medalist Tour which will be organized at the Evergreen course. In 2023, he tied for 8th place at the event. Continuing his streak on the Medalist Tour, he will likely participate in the Wellington National which will be played at the Wellington National Golf Course. This year saw him finish at the 15th spot in the Wellington National.

Moving to June, he has two important tournaments on his hands – the Jr. PGA Championship and Nicklaus Junior Championship. This year Charlie Woods was tied for 33 in the Jr. PGA Championship with a score of 75-81– 156, while he finished at T20 and a score of 79-75–154 at the 39th Nicklaus Junior Championship.

In August, he will be participating in the SFPGA Jr Cup where he finished 10th this year. Then in early September, he returns for the SFPGA Labor Day Classic. Woods Jr.’s hectic schedule is likely to be continued till the end of 2024.

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In December we could see Woods Jr. in the SGPGA Tour Championship, the event that yielded him a T5 finish this year. After that, he will mostly again team up with his father for the PNC Championship, and mark Team Woods’s fifth appearance in the tournament. Moreover, he will also participate in all the local, regionals, invitational, and National Championships of the Notah Bogey III Tournaments which he played in 2023 as well.

With such a long list of events, Charlie’s schedule for 2024 appears to be full. This also gives him a chance to climb the ladder quickly and keep improving his game. But what does his father think of his rise so far?

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Tiger Woods thinks his son’s speed has gone up

Tiger Woods shared insights into his son’s game since last year’s PNC Championships. During the pre-event conference at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club on Friday, December 15, Woods was asked a few questions about Charlie’s progress. According to ASAP Sports, Woods said, “I think that his speed has gone dramatically up since last year but I think that more than anything is just the fact that he’s growing so fast the aches and pains of growing at just teenage life.”

The 15-time major champion also said “He’s one tee further back [than last year]. He’s just one tee ahead of me, which is fine because he’s hitting it past me now.” Describing his son’s evolving game he added, “I sort of didn’t have the speed that he has at that age. But also, I didn’t have the equipment, either. The equipment is so different.”

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It appears that Charlie Woods is on the right course as he looks to make his mark in the golf world. With 2024 and the number of tournaments looming, this could be another pivotal year in his development.

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