Saturday, April 7, 2012
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Before Tiger Woods thinks about making a weekend move at the Masters, he'll have to get his long game, his putter and, yes, even his temper back in check.
Woods had an early tee time Saturday at Augusta National, trying to make up an eight-shot deficit on leaders Fred Couples and Jason Dufner after a second round filled with bad shot-making and missed putts that had him tossing and kicking his clubs by the end.
He entered the weekend at 3-over 147, hoping to manufacture the kind of comeback he made last year, when he trailed by as many as seven but briefly got into the lead on Sunday before finishing fourth.
Couples and Dufner had the last tee times on a sunny, calm day in Augusta.
(Copyright 2012, The Associated Press)
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