PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Tiger Woods' team finished at three under par at the Kenny G Gold Pro Am Wednesday.
His presence brought hundreds to the course for Wood's morning tee time of 6:45 a.m.
Fans stayed through his 18 holes of golf as well.
At hole 10, Bill and Sally Chesley waited patiently for Woods.
"Because I followed his career for 15 years and I loved every second of it," said Bill Chesley.
Sally Chesley said, "We've been fans of his through thick and thin. There's been some rough times but he's making a great comeback and we're behind him a hundred percent."
Bill Pollak and his wife Joanne seemed in awe of Woods.
"I am such a Tiger fan and I just came just to see him," said Bill, who is from New Jersey. "If he does nothing but stand there I would be thrilled, absolutely thrilled."
Defending Honda Classic champ Rory Sabbatini and U.S. Open champion Rory Mcilroy also teed off Wednesday morning for the Kenny G Gold Pro Am to much fanfare.