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Charlie Woods Futures Odds: Masters, To Win A Major & More

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com

Adam Thompson  | 6 mins

Charlie Woods Futures Odds: Masters, To Win A Major & More

The hype is real for Charlie Woods, the son of legendary golfer Tiger Woods. 

The younger Woods, just 15, has made waves in the few public events he’s taken part in, to the point that golf betting fans are already wondering how many pro golf majors he’ll win. Much of that hype is due to the career of the elder Woods, of course, who has won 15 majors and 106 overall tournaments and is considered by many to be the greatest golfer to swing an iron. 

Bookies.com oddsmaker Adam Thompson has studied the history and lineage, creating projected Charlie Woods odds for milestone moments in his upcoming career.

Will Charlie Woods Win A PGA Tour Event Before Age 20?

YesNo
+220-800

These are projected odds and are not currently available at legal betting sites or sports betting apps

Tiger won his first golf tournament at age 3 – in an age-10 field. He won his first PGA tournament at age 20. It may have been sooner had he gone pro earlier, instead of opting to enroll at Stanford where he had a successful college career and was a three-time U.S. Amateur champion. 

Charlie is on that path. To expect some level of success is natural. Even projecting him to win a tour event eventually, there is reason to believe. But to do it before age 20? Tiger didn’t do that. If Charlie goes the college route, too, that limits the PGA win opportunities at a young age. 

And to be frank, Charlie hasn't had the same ridiculous level of success as his dad on the junior circuit. He finished 19th in his first South Florida Junior PGA tournament last March, 15 strokes behind the winner. Granted, most of the golfers in the field were three years older; only one above him on the leaderboard was younger or of similar age. 

Charlie participated in his first pre-qualifier for a PGA tournament at the Cognizant Classic (formerly Honda Classic) on Feb. 22, in an effort to advance to a qualifier and perhaps his first individual PGA event. But he shot a 16-over 86 and was well off the pace. 

That said, Charlie may be turning a corner. He finished +1 at the Hurricane Junior Tour Major Championship in early June to win by eight strokes. Not exactly the U.S. Open, but he's beginning to showcase a game that can power way over the competition. 

Regarding these golf odds, it does suggest that at age 20, he won't be ready to beat experienced pro golfers in their prime. In eight events on the PGA South Florida junior slate in 2023, he had three Top 10 finishes. There is room to grow. 

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Will Charlie Woods Win A PGA Tour Event Before Age 30?

YesNo
+150-400

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Tiger was a tournament-winning phenom by the time he was 5 years old. By the time he was 30, he had 46 PGA Tour victories and 10 major championships. Can his son do the same? Nobody should put that kind of pressure on the kid. 

But few youth players are getting the big-time exposure of Charlie, who has competed in PNC Championship father/son tournaments, playing well (but not winning). Last fall, with Tiger as his caddie, he shot his best round ever, a 4-under, at the Notah Begay Junior National Championship, good for fourth place in the Boys 12-13 division. 


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Charlie is on a path to pro golf success. How quickly it comes – as a teen, post-college, etc. – is impossible to say. But to win one event? Odds are never in the favor of any player to win. Charlie’s career is as promising as any teen out there, if not more so given his support system and connections. Still, most of them never win on the PGA Tour. 

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Will Charlie Woods Win A Pro Golf Major By Age 30?

YesNo
+1000-1500

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The younger Woods has already displayed the mental chops to stay steady under the spotlight. The duo paired up for the father-son 2021 PNC Championship and took a remarkable second place to John Daly and John Daly II, who is a collegiate standout. Charlie nailed two key birdie putts and crushed it off the tee for someone his age. The team finished sixth in 2022. 

Last summer, Woods repeated as a major champion Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, the top junior circuit in the country. He won the boys 14-15 age division by eight strokes. It's a good step to a path toward future pro endeavors. 


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When it comes to majors, Tiger ranks second all-time in majors victories with 15, behind only Jack Nicklaus’ 18. Tiger himself was a known and budding standout as a youth. Charlie appears to be following a similar, if not more golf-refined, trajectory. 

Betting on kids to eventually get it done on the course isn’t unprecedented. Rory McIlroy’s father famously put down a $500 bet on his son to win the British Open by the time he was 26 – when Rory was just 16 years old. He won the major at age 25 and his father collected over $340,000. 

Will Charlie Woods Win The Masters By Age 30? 

YesNo
+7500-10000

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Tiger Woods has won five Masters titles, second only to Nicklaus’ six. In the past 25 years, since golf’s field became much deeper and more competitive, only Woods, Phil Mickelson (3) and Bubba Watson (2) have won more than once. 

Charlie Woods is on a trajectory to become a great golfer, and he’ll have the fatherly support and instruction to do great things. But to win one specific tournament – among the toughest of them all – years down the road is a big stretch. 

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Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been established as one of the nation's premier handicappers, specializing in the NFL where he's hit on more than 60% over the past three years. Adam's NBA, PGA and horse racing picks have also produced major winners over the last 12 months. His customized NFL and NBA odds for players and teams have been picked up by hundreds of websites over the past year.