Tiger Woods’ son Charlie’s PGA Tour qualifier interrupted by ‘granny’s attempt to set him up with granddaughter’

TIGER WOODS’ son Charlie was interrupted by a woman attempting to set her granddaughter up with the young golfer during his difficult round at a PGA Tour qualifier.


Charlie, 15, shot a 16-over 86 in a pre-qualifying round for the Cognizant Classic at the Lost Lake Golf Club in Florida on Thursday.


During his attempts to qualify for a first ever PGA Tour event, his round was marred by unwanted infringements from the crowd.


Despite dad Woods, a 15-time major winner, not being present at the event, spectators were keen to interact with the teenage star.


According to The Palm Beach Post, one of the 50-plus fans following Charlie thrust a book and pen in his face and asked him to sign their copy of Tiger’s book “How I Play Golf”.


This request was dismissed by an official, but that was not to be the strangest fan story from the day.


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When a grandmother learned Charlie was competing at the golf event, it is understood she pulled her granddaughter out of school “in the hope” he would “notice her”.


And the bizarre scenes did not go unnoticed to the youngster as he acknowledged the strange atmosphere when walking off the 18th green.


Speaking to his caddie, Jacob “JJ” Kutner, he said: “That was some round, huh?


Charlie boasts an impressive +3 handicap index with the Florida State Golf Association.


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And that easily puts him inside the 2 handicap or better to register for any PGA Tour pre-qualifier.


But his disappointing round at the Cognizant Classic left him unable to qualify for the upcoming PGA Tour event.


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Gideon Canice

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