Tiger Woods son Charlie Woods 7/1 to win a Major Championship after stunning fans during PNC Championship

Charlie Woods has been priced at just 7/1 to win a Major Championship after his stunning display this weekend.

He played alongside superstar father Tiger at the PNC Championship, finishing seventh, and made an impression on the watching world.


Charlie made a stunning eagle and produced a series of seriously good shots throughout the weekend to become the talk of social media.

Team Woods finished five shots behind Justin Thomas and his father after shooting back-to-back 10 under 62s to finish 20 under for the weekend.

Woods, a 15 time Major champion said: "I don't think words can describe it.

“Just the fact that we were able to have this experience together, Charlie and I, those are memories for our entire lives."

And bookmakers Coral have reacted by pricing Charlie at 7/1 to win a Major, and 25/1 to win the Masters at some point, and 10/1 to become world No 1 by 2040.


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Coral's Harry Aitkenhead said: "Charlie might be just 11, but he's clearly got a future in the sport just like his old man.

“We make him 7-1 to a win a Major at any point down the line, and 25-1 to earn his own green jacket by winning the Masters just like Tiger.”

Charlie Woods specials

7-1 to win a Major Championship

10-1 to become World Number One by 2040

25-1 to win the Masters

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