We're used to seeing Tiger Woods in his blood-red Sunday shirt and dress pants, so it's almost a shock to see him dressed casually in blue jeans and playing in the dirt.
Woods posted seven photos on his Facebook page Monday afternoon from last week's trip to Bluejack National Golf Club in Montgomery, Texas, as he checked on progress of construction of what would be the first course designed by him to open in the United States.
You can see the entire set of photos here.
The photos were captioned with each hole, and the album was entitled: "Excited to be back at Bluejack National and see how great things are progressing along."
According to the Tiger Woods website, the course is expected to be ready for play by the fall of 2015. It's the former location of Blaketree National Golf Club, but Woods is revamping the entire 755-acre site to his specifications.
Here's how the new course is described on tigerwoods.com:
Strategically, Woods said the golf course will require players to think and make decisions throughout their rounds. Successfully challenging hazards will reward players with preferred angles of play for their next shot. He said green contours will be kept simple to allow for fast speeds, and the areas around the greens will be maintained firm and tight to promote shot options and creativity from the chipping areas.