Tiger Woods has told Golf Digest he wishes his late father Earl Woods could be there when he gets inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Wednesday evening.
Woods is one of four people that will be inducted on March 9 at the PGA Tour's global home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
It is understood that everyone close to Woods will be there in attendance, including his son Charlie Woods.
Tiger's daughter Sam will introduce him for the induction.
Woods recently addressed his thoughts about his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame to Golf Digest, and he revealed how he would have loved his father to have been there in attendance.
Tiger's father Earl died from a heart attack at his home in Cypress, California, in 2006.
"Everyone that has been close to me and involved in my life, family, foundation, I want them there," Woods told Golf Digest in an emotive interview.
"This is a career achievement, I've been out here for 26 years and it's a long time.
"To have everyone there, I wish my Dad would have been there and to see that because he was involved and got me started in the game.
"But my Mom is going to be there, she took me to all my junior tournaments the other side of southern California."
Woods added: "It's an acknowledgement that you've had a successful career, I feel like I have, but it feels like it's still not over yet.
"When you got into the Hall, you feel like your career is over just because of all the other sports but we are so very different in that regard.
"Just to be honoured and selected and to go into the Hall with the all the idols that I grew up watching and idolising that I'm going to be with them for perpetuity is pretty humbling."
The 15-time major champion and 82-time PGA Tour winner will join three-time US Women’s Open champion Susie Maxwell Berning in the 'competitors' category, while former PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem and the late Marion Hollins will be enshrined for their contributions to the game.