Tiger Woods hasn't played on the PGA Tour since last August, and no one has any definitive clue of when he'll play again. (At last check, Woods said in a cameo on the "Pardon My Take" podcast that it would be "in the future.")
That absence has given him some extra time to spend time with his two kids, Sam and Charlie. On Tuesday, Woods went to his daughter's third-grade class for Career Day at Limestone Creek Elementary School.
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— Maria Lloyd (@PrincipalLCE) September 6, 2016
Career day in Mrs. Todd's class. Thanks so much to the presenters. The students loved it and had great questions. pic.twitter.com/HQvCaJKfJa
— Limestone Creek Ele (@LimestoneCreek) September 6, 2016
In Mrs. Todd's class, Woods talked about his career as a pro golfer, and maybe as a golf course architect and restaurant owner. The school's principal, Maria Lloyd, shared some tweets with pictures of Woods, in very casual apparel, in action in the classroom, including answering questions from students.
We're awaiting a transcript.
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