I wanted to win’: Charlie Woods cries after been disqualified from U.S. Junior Amateur when he got involved in a brutal fight with…….

Golf is a family affair for Tiger Woods, and now apparently something else is too: USGA Championships. On Wednesday evening, Charlie Woods, the 15-year-old son of the 15-time major champion, became the second member of the Woods family to qualify for the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship. The younger Woods shot a one-under score of 71 to secure medalist honors at the Eagle Trace Golf Club qualifier in Coral Springs, Fla., grabbing one of 264 spots in the field of the junior game’s most prestigious championship. According to the USGA, Woods overcame a bogey-double start in the qualifier by recording five birdies over his last 16 holes, finishing in first place in the qualifying event by one shot. “I didn’t play great my first two holes, but I played really good for the last 16,” the younger Woods said Wednesday. “I just told myself not to make any more bogeys or doubles and I took advantage of some nice birdie looks when I had them. Putting was my biggest strength today. I made a lot of

Tiger Woods And The Great Comeback

  One of the greatest to ever play the game, Eldrick "Tiger" Woods has had a legendary career. But it has not been all great. His career has been filled with ups and downs, personal struggles, and injuries. He has made previous attempts at a comeback, but injuries have plagued him. But now, he seems healthier and his game looks better. He has looked like the Tiger of old at times. Maybe, just maybe, he has a little more Sunday magic left in the tank.

Golf Clubs | How It's Made.

  Golfers use different kinds of clubs for different types of shots. Woods for long distance shots, putters to gently roll the ball into the cup, and irons for everything in between.