- Tiger Woods took his first selfie while visiting Melbourne, Australia.
- In a video showing Woods’ attempts at a self-portrait, it becomes clear that he had no idea what he was doing.
- Thankfully, Woods had some help.
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Tiger Woods is good at a lot of things, but as a video from the PGA clearly shows, takings a selfie is not one of them.
The reigning Masters champion was in Melbourne, Australia on a visit ahead of the 2019 Presidents Cup, where Woods will captain the American team this December at Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
At one point, Woods was apparently asked to take a selfie, a request he was happy to oblige but utterly clueless to execute.
“Where? Just hit it?” Woods asked, making it unclear if he’s ever touched a modern smartphone, let alone used a front-facing camera.
As a gallary of onlookers attempted to help, Woods seemed intent on getting the job done right, before finally admitting that he had never taken a selfie before in his life.
"Did I do it right? I've never done selfies."
Never change, Tiger.pic.twitter.com/VfkLMHAhwt
— Golf Digest (@GolfDigest) June 21, 2019
Woods has probably taken plenty of pictures with fans, press, and his kids, but when it comes to taking his own selfie, this was clearly a first.
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