Tiger Woods has been pretty chill while preparing for this year’s Masters.

On Monday, Tiger decided to have an afternoon workout despite the fact that he usually practices “at the crack of dawn.” He even openly jammed out to some tunes while working on his chip shot.

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Tiger’s more relaxed approach to this year’s tournament will carry over to Wednesday’s admittedly pretty casual Par-3 Contest, where Woods will have his children, Sam and Charlie, play caddie for him.

The decision to have his children caddie for him at Augusta took on a very sentimental note for Tiger.

“As I said, this tournament means so much to me in so many different ways,” Woods said. “We all know what happened in ’97 with my dad’s health, and he was pronounced, well, he was dead at one point earlier that year; came back, and then came here and I won the Masters. To now have come full circle and to have a chance to have my kids out there and be able to share that with them, it’s special.

“Charlie has seen me win a golf tournament before. Sam, actually she was there at the U.S. Open in 2008, but doesn’t remember it. It’s nice to be able to share these things with my family, and it just means the world to me. They are excited, I’m excited and can’t wait to go out there.”

While family members are often chosen as caddies for the Par-3 Contest, this will be Woods’ first time participating in the event since 2004 so this has to carry some extra significance for the golfing great.

[NYDN][SB Nation]