Tiger Woods flashes million dollar smile, new tooth at Phoenix Open

Tiger Woods flashes million dollar smile, new tooth at Phoenix Open



By RYAN GORMAN

Tiger Woods got his tooth back.

The legendary golfer appeared Tuesday morning at the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale with a full set of teeth only one week after he was pictured missing a front tooth.

Woods flashed his trademark smile without a care in the world while insisting that his tooth was previously knocked out by a photographer at skier girlfriend Lindsey Vonn's World Cup race in Italy, according to TMZ.

"The photographer changed positions and I got hit. It was an accident," said Woods, according to the gossip site. "And yes there was blood everywhere. All good now."

Woods wore a face mask for much of the event while claiming he was wacked in the face with a shoulder-mounted camera.

Race officials stopped short of telling USA Today that Woods was lying, but many said he was surrounded by security for the entire event.

Vonn won the event, her record 63rd World Cup triumph.

The former world number one golfer is appearing in his first Phoenix Open since 2001, according to the newspaper.