Tiger Woods was spotted out on the golf course with his son Charlie Woods over the weekend to the delight of millions of golf fans around the world.
The most-recent sighting of Tiger Woods came on Saturday August 19 as he watched his young cub Charlie, 14, in action.
Woods, 47, could be seen in full Nike Golf clothing standing right by a golf cart.
The video was posted on TikTok by tiendogolf.
Charlie now competes in the boys' 14-15 division on the Hurricane Junior Tour. To the surprise of nobody, his father is an investor.
The teenager actually won his latest event, marking his first win in the 36-hole tournament, posting a 1-under total to win by eight strokes.
The 15-time major champion backed under fire commissioner Jay Monahan after he was confirmed as the PGA Tour's latest policy board member.
Woods underwent ankle surgery on April 19 just days after withdrawing from The Masters.
He went under the knife in New York to address post-traumatic stress in his right ankle that was caused by the injuries he suffered when he crashed his SUV in the hills of Los Angeles in 2021.
It remains to be seen when Woods will return to PGA Tour action, with some speculating he may be able to make a competitive return at his annual Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas at the end of November.
There is also hope he will be able to peg it up with Charlie at the annual Father-Son PNC Championship in Orlando the week before Christmas.
Some ardent Tiger fans are also hoping he might rock up to support the 2023 US Ryder Cup team at Marco Simone Golf Club in Rome.
The PGA Tour recently revealed its 2024 schedule with some interesting twists including changes to Woods' event at Riviera.