Harry Kane competed in a golf event at the Centurion Club in Hertfordshire on Friday, after playing in a practice match at an empty Tottenham Hotspur Stadium earlier in the day.
The Spurs striker was joined by manager Jose Mourinho after his club's in-house game, which saw players wearing full home and away kits in preparation for the season's restart.
Mourinho's side return to action in the Premier League on Friday June 19, hosting Manchester United in a 8.15pm kick off.
Sportsmail columnists Jamie Redknapp and Peter Crouch also took part in Friday's Paddy Power Golf Shootout alongside Kane, along with Tommy Fleetwood, Thomas Bjorn, Paul McGinley and more.
Meanwhile, Tottenham have now joined Barcelona in selling their own club-branded face masks.
For each one sold, Spurs will donate a protective face mask to the local community.
Speaking to Sky Sports News on Friday, Kane said he hopes Tottenham can benefit from only having the Premier League to focus on once the season resumes.
'From our point of view we are not in any of the other competitions so we have got nine games to concentrate on picking up as many points and try and get into the Champions League spots,' he said.
'So at least all our focus is going to be on one competition.
'It feels like a pre-season, it has been good so far. I was doing individual training for a while and almost got to a stage where I was back with the team and then we had to stay at home.
'It's been a chance for me to get fit, it has been six months since I have played a game so I haven't done that since I was about five years old.'