Tiger Woods' 12-year-old son Charlie Woods has been installed at odds of 825/1 to win a major championship before the age of 25.
The odds have been compiled by several bookmakers in the UK and USA after the bet was requested by a number of punters.
Eagle for Team Woods.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) December 19, 2020
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Inside the ropes with the father-son pairing. pic.twitter.com/YNQpctyDTm
Charlie rose to instant fame when competing alongside his father at the PNC Championship at the end of last year at the age of just 11.
He was seen ripping drives down the middle of the fairway on a regular basis, and he even drilled home an eagle - WATCH HERE
And just like his Dad, he was even walking in putts.
Woods Snr and Woods Jnr finished 20-under par for 36 holes in the PNC Championship back in December, enough for a tie for seventh in the father-son event.
Justin Thomas and his father Mike won the event.
Europe's 2020 Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington said at the time of the event: "This is the first tournament I've ever played in that Tiger Woods is playing in that he's not the star of the show.
"He should note that himself. He ain't the star of the show this week, and that's very much among the players and the pros.
"We're all going down the range, and everybody is stopping to watch Charlie. 'Move out the way, Tiger'. It's incredible the buzz it's created."
Aside from impressing at the PNC Championship last year, Charlie also excelled in some junior tournaments over the summer back home in Florida where he was shooting under par in 9-hole events.
In a US Kids Golf-sanctioned event at Hammock Creek Golf Club, Charlie demolished the field in the nine-hole event, winning the boys 11-year-old division after shooting a 3-under par score of 33 on the 2,467-yard track.
Charlie played a faultless nine holes, making three birdies and no bogeys, something his Dad has done on multiple occasions.
While you might think the 825-1 odds of Charlie winning a major within the next 12 years is particularly skinny, you might want to think back to a certain fresh-faced Rory McIlroy who was being tipped for stardom.
When Rory was just 15 years old, his father Gerry placed a £400 wager on his son winning The Open before he turned 25 at odds of 500/1.
McIlroy won the 2014 Open at Royal Liverpool and Gerry picked up a whopping £200,000 for his efforts.
However, the main difference being McIlroy was already winning a number of big junior events back then and he was already playing off a plus-handicap before stepping up to the professional ranks of the European Tour at the age of 18 in 2007.
No official word has been made on Charlie's handicap right now, but some have reported it's around the scratch mark.
But who knows where Charlie could be in three years time when he turns 15.
He certainly has a beautful swing, no doubt one that will improve under the tutorship of his father.
It's unlikely going to get any worse.
Charlie Woods continues to impress. pic.twitter.com/cZ0iT8LWUn— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) December 19, 2020
Before we all get too carried away, Tiger, who continues to recover from leg injuries sustained during his horror car crash in February, has already made it clear that he won't be putting Charlie under any pressure with his golf.
If he wants to continue playing the game at a high level then great, if not, then Tiger will not mind one bit.
The bookies believe Charlie will become a PGA Tour pro though, offering odds of just 2/1 that he earns a Tour card before he turns 24.
Other offers with the bookies include Charlie winning a major before the age of 22 at odds of 1500/1 - just like his father did when winning his first major title at the 1997 Masters by a record 12-shot margin.
We will unlikely see Tiger and Charlie team up at the PNC Championship at the end of this year given Woods is still on crutches, but let's hope we see them playing together again at the end of 2022.
And let's all hope we are forming an orderly queue to collect on Charlie at 825/1 in some 12 years time.