Ever wondered how much a lesson with Tiger Woods would cost? Well, now you know.
That figure is $210,000.
Woods, who began his comeback to golf earlier this month, offered up the prize at an auction to help raise money for the Hurricane Harvey Relief fund in Houston during a charity Pro-Am.
Two lucky fans will now attend a private lesson with the 41-year-old at the Woods-designed Bluejack National golf course in Texas.
What's a lesson with @TigerWoods worth? On Monday at a draw party for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Pro-Am organized by tour players @ChrisStroudPGA and @BobbyGatesGolf, a lesson with Tiger went for $210,000. The event concluded today at @BluejackNation, an ETW design.
— Tim Rosaforte (@TimRosaforte) December 12, 2017
There were also a number of other prizes on offer which including a membership at Bluejack National and a round at the Floridian National Golf Club as the event raised over $1 million for the charity.
A number of Tour pros were also in attendance with the likes of Patrick Reed, Mark O’Meara, Jhonattan Vegas, Jimmy Walker and Fuzzy Zoeller all donating time for the Relief.