Tiger Woods celebrates with his son Charlie as 15-year-old receives championship ring after helping his Palm Beach school win Florida state title

  • Charlie got his hands on a championship ring after winning a state title in Florida 
  • Tiger had never won a state high school championship when he was a kid 
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Charlie Woods has some bling on his finger – celebrating his high school state championship in golf with The Benjamin School in Palm Beach, Florida.

Images of a beaming Charlie and his fellow teammates made the rounds as ‘the Bucs’ enjoyed the fruits of their success.

Tiger and his ex-wife Elin were there to celebrate alongside their son as he slipped the championship ring onto his finger with his friends.

Charlie shot a 78-76 over the course of two days while playing for The Benjamin School as his teammates won the FHSAA Class A boys golf state championship on Wednesday at Mission Inn Resort in Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida.

The 14-year-old Charlie was the fourth-best player on the five-man golf team and finished T-26 overall.

Charlie Woods (center) celebrated winning the Florida state golf championship with a ring

Tiger Woods hugs son Charlie

Charlie and Tiger Woods pose for a picture

Charlie’s dad, Tiger Woods, embraced him and celebrated the accomplishment with him

Charlie did something his father, Tiger, never accomplished while he was in high school

Charlie did something his father, Tiger, never accomplished while he was in high school

The Benjamin School clinched the title after sophomore Jake Valentine carded a birdie on hole 17 and sank a title-winning putt on the last hole.

Tiger watched on and cheered for Charlie throughout the tournament – where his son did something he never did while attending Western High School in Anaheim, California.

At the time, the California Interscholastic Federation did not conduct a state championship.

Instead, he won the CIF’s SoCal Regional in 1991 and earned the title of Southern Section medalist in 1991, 1993, and 1994.

Woods also was the then-youngest golfer to win the US Junior Amateur in 1991.

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