Tiger Woods reveals what he has been hiding underneath his cap
He has long been known for his boyish looks, but time finally appears to be catching up with Tiger Woods.
The 14-time major champion has endured a torrid few years through injury and has not played competitively since the start of February.
Making his first public appearance since withdrawing from the Dubai Desert Classic, Woods looked to be feeling the effects of his poor run on the course, sporting a considerably thinner head of hair than in recent times.
Proudly promoting his new book The 1997 Masters: My Story in New York, the 41-year-old's hairline was noticeably receding.
The former world No 1 has insisted he is "trying everything" to be able to play at the Masters at Augusta National next month, which begins on April 6.
When asked whether he thinks he will get a chance to play at the Masters this year, Woods told Good Morning America: "God, I hope so.
"I'm trying. I'm trying everything extra to be able to get back and play.
"I love that event. It's meant so much to me in my life. It was the first major that I ever played, back in '95. It has so much history and meaning to me, I'd love to get back.
"I need to get back physically. I know that the mind is sharp, I just need to get the body willing to do it."