By Luke Kerr-Dineen[#image: /photos/55ad7654add713143b427415]|||blogtiger-angry-290.gif|||____
It's fair to say that Tiger Woods didn't shoot a bad score on Saturday. In tough conditions, Tiger's one-over 72 left him only two strokes behind leader Lee Westwood.
But rather than the steely, sometimes-petulant Tiger that won 14-majors, we saw far more of the latter, which has been pretty commonplace during his four-year major-less drought. Will this attitude work? Perhaps.