Where Does Tiger Woods’ Son Charlie Woods Go to School?

With Charlie Woods’ golf career gaining momentum, fans might be curious to know where the prodigy attends high school. School golf can be an important factor in shaping up one’s career, especially for someone as passionate about the sport from such a young age.

Tiger Woods‘ fourteen-year-old is part of his school team that recently won the West Coast High School tournament a few days back. Young Charlie Woods attends this school in Palm Beach, Florida. Interestingly, golf legend Jack Nicklaus’ children attended this school too.

Charlie Woods is part of the Golf Varsity team at the Benjamin School. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus, whose children attended the school, famously promoted the school. It was inaugurated in 1960, and Nicklaus has been instrumental in its growth. He has contributed significantly to building the school’s legacy.

The team includes 13 boys, including Charlie, and has an impressive track record. The team played in the recent PGA West Coast Team Invitational League, which started on 30th September. The list of matches from the tournament was on the School’s website with win-loss records. We couldn’t spot a loss on the list in the entire tournament.

Another popular golfer, Greg Norman, also sent his son to the Benjamin School. Greg Norman Junior was an alumnus from the class of 2004. He is currently on the list of Distinguished Alumni of the School.

???? ⛳️ : Charlie Woods carded a 65 to help The Benjamin School Buccaneers capture the rain-shortened West Coast High School Championship title.

His 65 also won him the Boys Division Individual Title:

— Golficity (@Golficity) October 3, 2023

Although Charlie Woods is only 14 years old currently, he is still not too young to take his golf career seriously. It makes sense that Tiger Woods wanted him to attend a school that has a strong golf connection to it.


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