Six-year-old golfer who aims to beat Tiger Woods

Luca Randall from Cambridgeshire aims to becomes junior world golf champion at the age of six. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A young golfer from Cambridgeshire who first swung a club aged two and became a member of his local golf club aged three is now aiming to beat Tiger Woods at his own game.

Later this summer Luca Randall will try to become junior world golf champion in San Diago at the age of six years. Tiger Woods was eight when he achieved the feat.

Luca Randall, 6, will play in the World Junior Golf Championships in the USA in July. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Luca is far too young to drive except when he's on the golf course. He's a precocious talent, who's on his way to play in America, after winning his first major competition in Hertfordshire on the British Junior Golf Tour.

Luca beat six other boys in the under-six age category.

Luca's dad Neil Randall says it's really nerve-racking to watch his son play. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Luca's father Neil Randall says it can be really nerve-racking to watch his young son play in such big golf tournaments.

Luca Randall joined Bourn Golf Club near Cambridge at the age of three. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Luca, who first picked up a club aged two, is a member of Bourn Golf Club near Cambridge which he joined a year later.

Click below to watch a report on Luca by ITV News Anglia's Donovan Blake