Scottie Scheffler was left dumbfounded by Tiger Woods' actions in a new mic'd up clip out on the range.
After winning four PGA Tour events, including The Masters in 2022, he's already followed it up with two more in 2023 with wins at the Phoenix Open in February and then The Players Championship in March.
And while the 26-year-old has already proven himself to be one of the biggest stars of the newer generation of PGA Tour players, that doesn't mean he can't still be left shocked by Woods' capabilities.
Woods, an 82-time PGA Tour winner, recently matched the record for most consecutive cuts made at The Masters last month.
However, shortly after, the 47-year-old was forced to withdraw due to injuries related to his February 2021 car accident.
Since then, he's undergone a subtalar fusion procedure and is out indefinitely.
Seemingly before Woods' most recent surgery, however, he was filmed and caught on the microphone with Scheffler on the range.
Posted in a TikTok to the account 'JonesGolfInstruction,' Scheffler is heard asking Woods why he doesn't have any divots.
"When I'm swinging well, I don't take divots," Woods tells him.
"Have you always been like that or you just practice it?" Scheffler asked.
"When I'm flushing it, I don't take divots." Tiger said again.
The look on Scheffler's face appears to be a mix of confusion and amazement of the 15-time major winner's capabilities.
Here's the full clip:
"When I'm flushing it, I don't take divots."pic.twitter.com/1uDxjXHIg5— Kyle Porter (@KylePorterCBS) May 11, 2023