Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods were guests of Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" Monday.
The appearance included a fun segment with a game called, "Facebreakers."
In the game, McIlroy and Fallon pitched golf balls to a wall of glass pictures alternately emblazoned with each other's face (Tiger -- injured and unable to partake -- served as Fallon's coach).
Check out the Facebreakers segment here:
During the segment, Woods also spoke about the injuries that will keep him sidelined until December.
"I need to get stronger because this little guy over here is hitting it miles and kicking everyone's butt," Woods said, smiling while looking over at McIlroy.
Fallon then asked McIlroy about his win at the PGA Championship and how dark it was on the finishing hole. McIlroy was trying to explain just how dark it was when Woods chimed in, "It looked really bright on TV though... from my couch."
Fallon laughed and responded with, "Tiger, don't be so hard on yourself."
McIlroy is on an incredible run of late, having won in his last three starts -- the Open Championship, the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the PGA Championship. He told Fallon that this run he's on has put the dominance of Woods over the years in perspective.
"I've gotten to know Tiger over the last few years and, I guess this little run I'm on -- it makes me appreciate what he's done in the past," McIlroy said. "It's phenomenal to keep a run like this going. And he's done way more than me. It makes me appreciate how hard he worked and how dominate a figure he was in our game."
McIlroy will try to make it four wins in a row this week in the PGA Tour Playoffs for the FedExCup opener, the Barclays.