The pro golfer arrived in Augusta, Ga., on Sunday, trying out a new driving range and going for a practice round in preparation for the Masters, his first tournament since his sex scandal.
"It's where I'm used to seeing him," says golfer Paul Casey, who spoke with Woods, according to the Associated Press. "All of a sudden he appeared behind me. He was all business as usual – hit 10 balls and go play."
On Monday, Woods is scheduled to play another warm-up round with Fred Couples and two other golfers. He will also field questions from the media at his first press conference.
Couples told reporters last week that he will not talk to Woods about his personal life. "This is not going to be questions and answers," he said "It's going to be strictly golf. I play a lot with him at Augusta, so this is not unusual."
Golfer Mark O'Meara tells the BBC that the sport is glad to have Woods back: "He has made a mistake and he has come forward and really taken full responsibility."
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