Charlie Woods now owns a bit of bragging rights over his father, golf legend Tiger Woods.
Charlie helped The Benjamin School capture a Florida high school state golf championship on Wednesday at Mission Inn Resort and Club in Howey-In-The-Hills.
Despite Tiger Woods’ laundry list of accolades, he never won a state high school championship at Western High School in Anaheim, California.
The 14-year-old Woods finished in a tie for 26th overall and was fourth out of five golfers on The Benjamin School’s boys team as they won the FHSAA Class A state championship.
Charlie, a freshman, had his best day of the tournament on Day 2 when he shot a 76 to help The Benjamin School capture the title, according to the Palm Beach Post.
In a show of support, Tiger was on hand to watch his son play in the tournament.
A photo of the famed golfer provided to the Palm Beach Post showed the 47-year-old Woods watching in the background behind The Benjamin School players during the tournament.
The 15-time major champion was wearing an all-black getup with sunglasses on his hat.
Tiger was not caddying for Charlie during the tournament, which would have gone against FHSAA tournament rules, according to the Palm Beach Post.
Sophomore Jake Valentine’s birdie on the 17th hole and a putt on the 18th helped clinch the championship.
While Charlie can now claim a title that his father never won, it should be noted as to why that is.
Tiger Woods did play high school golf at Western, but the California Interscholastic Federation did not conduct state championships for the sport.
He did, however, win the CIF SoCal Regional in 1991.
Tiger was also the Southern Section champion in 1991, 1993 and 1994.
He also was the youngest golfer to ever win the U.S. Junior Amateur title in 1991.