In case you were wondering if Tiger Woods is capable of laughing at himself, an answer came Wednesday night when the former world No. 1 made his first appearance on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" since 2009.
As Fallon noted, it took a form of courage for Woods to make an appearance on a late-night comedy show, especially since -- as the clip below reveals -- Fallon didn't want to dwell solely on Woods' swing changes with Sean Foley.
The interview continues here:
Since the purpose of Woods' appearance was to promote his new "PGA Tour 12" video game, there was also the requisite demonstration -- alongside Amy Poehler -- of the game, which for the first time, features Augusta National.
How did the evening go in Woods' eyes? Apparently well enough for him to tweet about it.
-- Sam Weinman