THE WOODS DYNASTY IS HERE TO STAY!!!!!!! CHARLIE WOODS!!!!!!!
And no, this is not a repeat of last week's blog. It might appear that way but what's really going on is that Charlie Woods (son of Tiger Woods) won his second straight juniors tournament by boat racing the field AGAIN. Charlie won by 5 strokes last week and 3 strokes this week. Like Daniel said in his tweet, that makes for a tidy -4 over his last 18 holes. The kid has it.
By the way, this is what I said in last week's blog regarding how excited we're allowed to get about this
First things first, is it weird that we're talking about an 11-year-old's performance at a tournament and calling him the Second Coming of the Woods golf empire? I'm open to that answer being yes. It's probably unfair to put such expectations on a kid who's five years away from being able to drive a car buttttttttttt it is Tiger Woods' son we're talking about here. How many clips have we seen of Bronny James over the years in gyms across the country? A BILLION. Literally a billion. Posting clips of Bronny James doing anything is how Bleacher Report's twitter account has survived quarantine. Yet you don't see anybody wagging their internet finger and being like, "Hey you shouldn't be putting such high expectations on him!" What's the difference? There isn't one.
And that's exactly how I feel this week. Even more so actually because it appears the hype is real. Last week clearly wasn't a fluke. And sure, we're talking about an 11-year-old-kid winning two junior tournaments so the sample size is extremely small but the fact of the matter is Charlie Woods is a good golfer. Will he be a good golfer in 10 years? Nobody knows but, as of right now, I'm gonna say 1000% yes. As of right now I'm already penciling him in for at least 5 majors. Maybe 10.
This is the offspring of Tiger Woods we're talking about here. If Tiger can pass down .000000001% of his physical and mental gifts then Charlie has a real shot. Mix in some sage advice from Tiger here and there about golf and life and this kid is gonna be something special. If making Charlie Woods the betting favorite at the 2030 Masters is wrong then I don't wanna be right.