Charlie Woods is taking the golf world by storm this weekend as he competes alongside his dad at the PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort.
Charlie, at just 11 years old, is already a better golfer than most grown-up amateurs, which isn’t too surprising. He’s grown up watching his dad be the best golfer in the world, allowing him to quite literally learn from the best.
The 11-year-old is already starting to make headlines at his young age. He’s gone viral multiple times this weekend, thanks to his success at the PNC Championship. His latest viral moment comes courtesy of a prank.
Charlie left Justin Thomas a note in a bunker at the PNC Championship. The note reads: “Draw Hole!” Take a look.
Youngest competitor in the field.
Biggest trash-talker. 😂 pic.twitter.com/hjH0wtHUaB
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) December 19, 2020
Like we said, Charlie Woods is becoming a viral star. This is the third time a video involving the 11-year-old has gone viral this week.
Earlier this week, Charlie took a few swings next to his old man. The two looked so similar doing so, sparking reactions from golf fans everywhere.
Charlie then went and hit a beautiful shot that landed just a few feet short of the hole. He proceeded to tap it in for an eagle.
If Charlie keeps it up, he’ll be one of the biggest young athlete celebrities we’ve ever seen. We look forward to watching his golf career progress in coming years.