Mood Swings\nA unique look at a golf tournament's ever-shifting dynamic\nA unique look at a golf tournament's ever-shifting dynamic\nA large gallery by the rope on No. 1 Friday afternoon.\nZach Johnson, the third member of the much-hyped Tiger-Rory group the first two days, plays a solitary pitch shot.\nWhere did it go? Everybody wants to know.\nThree people apart from the crowd.\nA little fellow on a booster seat.\nFocusing on the action at the first hole during the second round.\nThis twosome had the third tee all to itself late Thursday afternoon.\nQuiet please!\nHuddled around the 15th tee Saturday to see Bubba Watson and Ernie Els.\nThe green complex at the par-3 17th was a busy place.\nAlone -- first hole, first round.\nRoom for a view -- and a seat -- on the grandstand at No. 18 Friday afternoon.\nWorking the rope line Friday afternoon.\nOne marshal, one spectator, late Thursday afternoon.\nA small huddled mass Saturday near the fifth hole.\nJoe LaCava, Tiger's caddie, by himself on No. 4 Friday.\nSupine, seated and standing on No. 17 Friday.\nUp the hill and to the green, Tiger and Rory are coming!\nRow houses -- the scene at No. 17.\nA busy tournament seemed like a park for this spectator during the first round.\nTable, er, folding chairs for two, please.\nA stand of trees and a line of fans.\nGathering spot.\nA perch from which to watch and converse.\nLate Thursday afternoon, crowd control wasn't difficult.\nLee Westwood and his caddie had the practice green all to themselves Friday.\nTo join the crowd, or seek a different direction ...\nAnd they both were in New York.\nIn the shade and in the sun, a big gallery.\nWaiting for something to happen at the 14th tee Saturday afternoon.