Charlie Woods doesn’t advance from PGA Tour pre-qualifier for 2024 Cognizant Classic

Charlie Woods teed it up in a pre-qualifier for the PGA Tour’s 2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches on Thursday but didn’t advance.

The 15-year-old son of 15-time major champion Tiger Woods shot a 16-over 86 at Lost Lake Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida, in an attempt to reach the Monday qualifier for the upcoming Tour stop at PGA National, Feb. 29-March 3. Woods, who had a gallery of people following his round alongside longtime mini-tour professional Olin Browne Jr., made four bogeys, two double bogeys and a 12 on the par-4 7th hole.

After competing alongside his father in the past four PNC Championships, Woods has gained social media fame due to his Tiger-esque mannerisms. It was a lofty goal to try and qualify for a PGA Tour event at such a young age and with little big-tournament experience, but would you really expect anything less from the son of the 82-time PGA Tour winner?

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek