Tiger Woods has left his mark on many people's lives and his heroics and magic on the PGA Tour will live in memory for years to come.
As a result of his innate ability to produce world-class golf shots and to complete win after win after win, he has become an instantly recognizable figure in the world of sport.
But it would seem that even away from the bubble of golf and professional competition, he is highly regarded by world-famous figures in other fields.
The Canadian rap artist and singer Drake is no stranger to mentioning sportsmen in his songs and in his most recent album 'Certified Lover Boy,' he mentions Woods in one of his songs.
"Think I’m Tiger Woods, the way I’m teed off thе 17. And you know pockets on whatever, jеans forever green," is the line that is sung in 'In the Bible' a song from Drake's album.
It is great to see Drake's recognition of Woods and it is not the first time that the superstar has mentioned familiar names from American sport in his songs.
Giannis Antetokoumpo, from the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA, has his surname included in the track '7AM On Bridle Path' and Los Angeles Clippers player Kawhi Leonard is mentioned in 'Remorse.'
Drake has now introduced golf to his lyrics for the first time and the PGA Tour recognised this by tweeting and referencing the name of the new album.