Just a few weeks ago, 14-year-old Guan Tianlang was being celebrated as the youngest golfer ever to play in the Masters. Pretty soon he could be the grand old man of Chinese golf. When the Volvo China Open tees off in a few days one of the competitors will be Ye Wocheng, who isn’t yet a teenager. According to The Independent, an English newspaper, Ye will be 12 years and 242 days old or about 10 months younger than Guan, during Thursday’s opening round at the Binhai Lake Golf Club in Tianjin, about 100 miles southeast of Beijing. Also playing the China Open is Dou Zecheng, who is 16, Bai Zhengkai, 15, and Andy Zhang, 14, who played in last year’s U.S. Open. But watch out for Ye: Besides qualifying for this week’s tournament, he is a two-time winner of the US Kids World Junior Championship, where he broke Tiger Woods’ scoring record.