TIGER WOODS has been shamed by a social media post showing him mocking rivals in a foul-mouthed dig.
The video, which shows Tiger saying it was their “f***ing issue” if players were intimidated by him, was released to cause maximum embarrassment.
PA:Press Association Woods is one of the last to tee off in the first round on Tuesday, paired alongside Scot Russell Knox and Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama
It was shot in May at Tiger Jam — an event hosted by Woods to raise funds for his charity — where he entertains businessmen and treats them to a star-studded concert in Las Vegas.
The Twitter user who posted the clip admits he had kept it until The Open, saying: “Saved this gem for the Major week.”
Woods, 42, is seen holding a golf clinic in which he discussed whether opponents were afraid of him when he was at the peak of his powers, winning 14 Majors.
He said: “I can’t control you. The only thing I can control is me. If you get intimidated, that’s your own f***ing issue.”
Tiger Woods was caught on camera using the F-word
PA:Press Association Woods, 42, has not won a Major since the 2008 US Open
Last year’s Open champion Jordan Spieth admits it broke his heart to give back the Claret Jug ahead of Thursday’s tee-off at Carnoustie.
Spieth, 24, handed over the trophy at an official returning of the Claret Jug ceremony.
He said: “I thought maybe someone would meet me in the parking lot, I’d give them the case back and we’d move on.
“But because it was a ceremony it hit me harder. Hopefully it is only out of my possession for a week!”