Tiger Woods was seen taking part in a 'home run derby' in a video posted to social media a few weeks ago by Bridgestone Golf.
Woods, 47, is in the midst of a lengthy break from professional golf has he recovers from a subtalar fusion procedure he underwent in mid-April.
The 15-time major champion was playing in his second event of the season - The Masters - when he was forced to withdraw ahead of the third round.
Shortly after, it was announced he'd undergone surgery for the arthritis that he was dealing with as a result of injuries sustained in his February 2021 car accident.
However, a few weeks ago, Bridgestone did give us some new Woods golf content with a "Long Drive Home Run Derby" with its athletes.
Each player had a few goes at hitting a golf ball off of a T-ball stand with a baseball bat.
It's not entirely clear whether the video was filmed.
Here's the full clip:
Check out the e9 LONG DRIVE Home Run Derby with Tiger, Jason, Lexi, Kuch and Gotterup!— Bridgestone Golf (@bridgestonegolf) June 14, 2023
Who do you think hits the most bombs?
(The average MLB fence is 403 feet, equivalent to 135 yards!) pic.twitter.com/eo2877ucY7