Tiger Woods' world golf ranking is back in the triple figure mark.
Following his tie for ninth place at the elite 18-man world challenge in the Bahamas, Woods has shot up the World Golf Rankings from his spot at 1,199.
The former world number one is now ranked 668th.
It's a similar position to where he finished the 2016 season.
American Dustin Johnson remains number one, with Rickie Fowler taking a leap up to seventh after he won in the Bahamas.