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Look: Video Emerges Of Tiger Woods' Plane Landing In Augusta

Tiger Woods putting on his green jacket as previous Masters winner Patrick Reed watches.

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - APRIL 14: Tiger Woods (R) of the United States is awarded the Green Jacket by Masters champion Patrick Reed (L) during the Green Jacket Ceremony after winning the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 14, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

In the weeks leading up to the Masters, fans have all been wondering the same question: will Tiger Woods play?

Just over a year ago, Woods was involved in a nasty car accident that left him with several significant injuries. The worst of which was a broken leg that has forced Woods off the course for a few months.

In the past few months, he's been ramping up his efforts on the course in an attempt to come back. The Masters seemed like the perfect place to do so, which had fans wondering about Woods' future.

Speculation reached a fever pitch on Tuesday afternoon when Tiger's plane took off from Florida and headed North. Fans watched eagerly, hoping the plane would fly straight to Georgia.

Well, it appears to have done just that. Here's Tiger's plane reportedly landing at Augusta

The five-time Masters champion isn't alone. According to SI.com’s Bob Harig, he brought his son, Charlie, to the course as well.

Woods is reportedly in town to play a practice round to see if he'll be able to compete next week. Justin Thomas, a PGA Tour star and close friend of Woods, was also reportedly there with Tiger and Charlie.

Will Woods be teeing it up at the Masters in just over a week?