He’s had a trying year struggling with facial paralysis.
But Justin Bieber cleared his head during a round of golf in Beverly Hills earlier this month.
The baby hitmaker, 28, was spotted at the golf course with a pal and looked stylish in a cream polo shirt, white shorts and blue Nike trainers.
He wore a white hat backwards and covered his left hand with a glove.
As Justin stepped up to the ball, he turned his head toward the wide, expansive lawn and looked focused as he prepared to hit the ball with his racquet.
Eventually, Justin sat alone in the golf cart.
The outing comes days before it was revealed that Justin had postponed the remainder of his Justice World Tour to focus on his health amid his battle with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which has left him with partial facial paralysis.
After rescheduling several shows on the North American leg of his tour after being diagnosed with the neurological disorder, the pop star has performed seven live shows.
Despite his efforts to move on, the Grammy winner made the difficult decision to take the rest of the year off to recuperate, according to TMZ.
Last month, after performing in Brazil, the baby singer took to Instagram to tell fans: “After coming off the stage, exhaustion hit me and I realized I have to make my health a priority now got to.
“So I will be taking a break from touring for now. I’m fine but I need time to rest and get better,” he explained.
Justin had resumed his world tour in Italy on July 31st after a nearly two-month hiatus due to health reasons, playing a total of seven gigs culminating with Rock In Rio on September 4th before making the decision to walk away.
He said: “After resting and consulting with my doctors, family and team, I went to Europe to continue the tour. I played six live shows, but it was really, really challenging.
“I performed at Rock In Rio last weekend and gave everything I have to the people of Brazil.”
Hailey Bieber’s husband also opened up about his battle with facial paralysis, which is why he canceled week-long dates earlier this summer.
He wrote: “Earlier this year I went public about my battle with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome which left me partially paralyzed in the face.
“Because of this illness, I was unable to complete the North American leg of the Justice Tour.”