Tiger Woods will go to the ball after all.
The 14-time major winner has announced he intends to play in golf’s first major of the season, the Masters, which starts Thursday.
It is a decade since Woods last won the green jacket – the fourth of his illustrious career – and to mark the 10-year anniversary, CNN Sport has compiled a list of world events that have occurred in the meantime.
Phenomenons like the iPhone, Justin Bieber and Twitter had never been heard of, while a man from Oregon became the first to have a baby.
The former world No. 1 has dropped out of the top 100 in golf’s rankings after a miserable start to 2015.
Tiger tunes up at Augusta
Having shot the worst round of his professional career at his first tournament of this year in Phoenix, Woods withdrew from his second at Torrey Pines due to injury.
The 39-year-old then announced he’d be taking an indefinite break from the game, saying that his play was “not acceptable for tournament golf.”
But he is back stalking the fairways at Augusta, and if the chatter around the course is to be believed, looking in good shape.