VIDEO: Tiger Woods and a baby squirrel, courtesy of Lindsey Vonn


It was truly a blessing when Tiger Woods and Minnesota skiing-great Lindsey Vonn started dating.

With their relationship, which is clearly going swimmingly by the way, Vonn is constantly in the public eye, rather than just getting the spotlight for gold medals or gruesome injuries.

The Presidents Cup is underway and will go through the weekend, and Woods took Vonn along with him on the course yesterday.

Clearly Vonn is having fun, while Tiger is imagining how far he's going to launch what's on his shoulder into outer space next time his 3-wood is around.

He has one of those regretful "why did I think bringing her here was a good idea?" looks on his face, and don't pretend like you don't know what we're talking about.

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