Golf star Tiger Woods has scored a hole in one -- at least when it comes to his mouth.
A week after he was sporting a missing front tooth, he was photographed today in Phoenix -- with his chompers back to normal.
While Vonn won her record-breaking 63rd World Cup race without a scratch, the former Olympian said Woods lost a tooth after colliding with a camera man in the finish area.
"When he was in the finish area a camera man accidentally knocked into him and took out his front tooth," she wrote on Facebook. "He was still in great spirits though and didn't complain once or ask for any special assistance or security."
Although some doubted that account, the Woods camp remained tight-lipped about it.
The injury also turned out to be short-lived with Woods showing up at Waste Management Phoenix Open today with his smile intact.
No word on if he's wearing a mouth guard next time he hits the slopes to support Vonn.