Tiger Woods appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to plug his foundation, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
He also told the host what he's really been doing during his time off, which includes spending an inordinate amount of time playing video games ... and still getting schooled by kids.
"I applied my same intensity and my craft, my focus, to Call of Duty," Woods said. "Don't laugh!"
"I would spend eight hours a day, I took a 30-minute lunch break," Woods said. "I thought I was getting good and then I went online. When 7-year-olds from around the world are beating you ... humbling."
Colbert also pressed Woods on if he would return to competition at the Hero World Challenge.
"I'll be playing there," Woods said repeatedly.