Tiger Woods showed up to his daughter's school for career day

Ryan Ballengee
Devil Ball Golf
<a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/pga/players/147/" data-ylk="slk:Tiger Woods">Tiger Woods</a> is still on the sidelines of the PGA Tour. (Getty Images)
Tiger Woods is still on the sidelines of the PGA Tour. (Getty Images)

Tiger Woods hasn’t played competitive golf in 13 months, so he’s had some more time on his hands to spend time with his two kids. That included, on Tuesday, showing up to his daughter Sam’s third-grade class for Career Day.

Woods, who announced Wednesday that he will play three events in a Fall comeback, went to Limestone Creek Elementary school to talk about his career as a professional golfer (and restaurateur?) in Mrs. Todd’s class. The school’s principal shared some tweets with pictures of Woods, in very casual apparel, in action in the classroom, including answering questions from students.

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