Tiger Woods has fired a warning to any golfer who gets intimidated on the golf course, and he did so with an expletive.
Woods has had history of making playing partners wilt on a Sunday back nine, put none better by Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee recently when he said "Tiger used to psychologically destroy people."
The 14-time major champion, now back seemingly fit and healthy and playing arguably the best golf we have seen from him in five years, is still asked about his intimidation factor - and he got straight to the point during his recent Tiger Jam charity event.
Speaking to a receptive audience as he hits balls on the range, Woods encouraged aspiring golfers not to worry about their opponents.
"I can't control you. The only thing I can control is me," said Woods.
"Now, if I do this more efficiently than you, if you get intimidated that's your own f---ing issue."
You can watch the clip, which does contain an expletive, below...
Tiger doesn't care if you're intimidated by his presence... pic.twitter.com/nGC2J5KVnV— GOLF.com (@GOLF_com) July 16, 2018