Tiger Woods was sporting a toothy smile when he surprised Lindsey Vonn following her winning run in Cortina D'Ampezzo — a record-breaking 63rd World Cup victory on Sunday.
Too bad that full set of choppers belonged to a skeleton-covered scarf he was wearing during the competition and his own set of pearly whites was short a tooth.
After Vonn's winning run, Woods, who was supposed to be practicing for his return to competition at the Phoenix Open, surprised Vonn by showing up at the finish area and revealing a noticeable gap in his mouth when he removed the spooky-looking scarf.
Vonn, who had no idea that the world's former No. 1 golfer was coming to Northern Italy, shared an emotional embrace with a harder looking Woods after he forced his way through the crowd unnoticed.
"No way!' Vonn exclaimed when she spotted him.
Earlier photographs show that Woods' tooth was discolored, raising the possibility that he is having it replaced.
Vonn tied the record of 62 victories when she won a downhill here Sunday.
"I'm so happy to have finished the weekend with win No. 63. My family and Tiger is here. It's a really, really special day," she said.