WATCH: Tiger Woods throws heat playing catch with Roger Clemens on a golf course

A week after his return to competitive golf, Tiger Woods unveiled a new short course design in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, at Diamante Golf Resort.

He was on hand for the grand opening this weekend and showed off his new design, which can be played two ways -- first as a 12-hole par 3 course and alternatively as a three-hole course featuring par 3, par 4 and par 5.

Woods hit some wedges at the event, but he also broke out the glove and baseball for a game of catch.

The man on the other end of this game of catch? That would be Roger Clemens.

Woods appears to have a good arm, but the best news is that he got through his game of catch without doing any damage to his health.

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