Tiger Woods continues to get support from all over the world — including a beautiful sand art tribute in a bunker at the St. Andrews Links in Scotland.
Of course, St. Andrews is considered the oldest golf course in the world — dating back to the 15th century.
Tiger has famously won the Open Championship at the Old Course at St. Andrews twice — first in 2000 and again in 2005.
So, to pay tribute to the former champ … Robert Lloyd, one of the staffers at St. Andrews, decided to bust out his tools and create a piece of art for Tiger.
The final piece included the famous TW logo and the words, “Thoughts & Prayers.”
Lloyd — an American living in Scotland — tells TMZ Sports the project took him around an hour to complete.
He’s never met Tiger personally, but says he’s a big fan and hopes the golf legend can fully recover and compete again.
Woods was seriously injured in a Feb. 23rd car crash — and required emergency surgery to stabilize a badly broken right leg.
Unclear if Woods will ever be able to play again — but his impact on the game will be remembered forever.