Woods then politely said: "Hi, I'm Tiger."
Like he didn't know!
The video of such a sweet moment was captured by Sorenstam's husband, Mike McGee, who then shared it on Twitter.
Woods, who turns 47 on December 30, was seen giving Sorenstam a big hug before Sorenstam introduced her son Will to Tiger.
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The 15-time major champion can then be heard asking Will about his golf game.
Sorenstam, 52, is a 10-time major champion and 72-time LPGA Tour winner, ranking her third in the all-time rankings.
Woods and Sorenstam have won a total of 154 tournaments on the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour combined.
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Here's how a number of golf fans reacted:
"Did he say Hi l’m Tiger??? Haha..so cool!!"
"Such a cool moment, two of the best of the best."
"So cool to hear Tiger introduce himself like the kids didn't know!"
"He lights up. That is cool."
"Awesome content, love this."
"Love how Tiger introduced himself the same as anyone else would “Tiger”"
"The GOAT has changed so much very happy for him."
"He’s in Arnold Palmer mode. Being a gentleman."
"The GOAT, and Tiger."
"Terrific! My biggest wish for golf is Tiger embracing this role."
"Beautiful to see Tiger beaming and also Annika."
"Why did she stand in front of him when he's talking to the boy?!"
"Hi I’m Tiger… wow… that was awesome… remember no matter how big your star shines, you will always be remembered for being humble."
Tiger has since fired a warning to Spieth and Thomas as he braces himself for a rematch.