Charlie Woods, son of Tiger Woods, participated in the pre-qualifier for the Cognizant Classic in Hobe Sound, Florida, marking his first attempt to qualify for a PGA Tour event.

Woods, who has won 82 PGA Tour events, has played in the last four PNC Championships with his father but never individually.  

Despite not qualifying from the pre-qualifier, Woods' presence was remarkable, with large crowds observed at Lost Lake Golf Club. 

Woods was accompanied by his mother, Elin, and team members, and was the first player to arrive at the putting green 

In spite of the fact that Woods' performance today was not at its best, he was still able to make some outstanding shots.  

The fan turnout was not as enthusiastic as at TPC Sawgrass during the PLAYERS Championship on Sunday, but the round provided Woods with professional practice under increased pressure 

Woods did not qualify for the Monday qualifier, but participating in the pre-qualifier gave him valuable experience to use in his upcoming high school golf season. 

The top five players and those who tie for fifth place at Woods' pre-qualifying site, Lost Lake Golf Club, will progress to Monday's open qualifier. 

The top four golfers move on to the Cognizant Classic, where the champion will receive $1.62 million from the event's $9 million purse.