Woods frustrated with performance
Tiger Woods failed to keep a lid on his emotions during the third round of The Masters at Augusta.
Tiger Woods, who promised before his comeback this week that he would be trying to improve his on-course behaviour as well as mend his ways off it, failed to keep a lid on his emotions during Saturday’s third round of The Masters at Augusta.
Three behind England’s Lee Westwood at the time, the world number one hit a poor tee shot at the short sixth and said out loud: “Tiger Woods, you suck, God damnit!”
As he three-putted for his second bogey in four holes, three-time champion Nick Faldo, commentating on American television, commented: “It’s going to be a test and I am sure he is going to fail at times.
“People are going to be critical of every move he makes right now.”
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