Tiger Woods was spotted following his son at a junior golf tournament on Wednesday. And this time, he was watching with someone who can relate to playing the game at the highest level.

That’s because the 15-time major champ was walking around with fellow major champ Trevor Immelman. Why? Because their sons, Charlie and Jacob, were paired together.

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The AJGA tweeted about this star-studded group/gallery on Day 1 of the UNIQLO Adam Scott Junior at The Falls Club of Palm Beaches. Have a look:

Just a pair of green jacket winners out for a nice stroll. NBD.

Immelman, now CBS Golf’s lead analyst, got a kick out of the tweet that highlighted his lone major win in 2008. That April, Woods finished runner-up to the South African at Augusta National.

Both of those boys both trail Hampton Beebe’s opening 65(!) in the three-day event. But Tiger earned bragging rights among the green jacket dads on Day 1 with Charlie shooting 73 to Jacob’s 76.

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This article was originally published on golfdigest.com