AUGUSTA, Ga. – One last Tiger roar cascaded across Augusta National with his swing coach standing behind the clubhouse late Friday afternoon at the Masters.
With Tiger Woods making birdie at the 18th hole, Sean Foley had to feel good about Woods’ 66, but he wasn’t over-reacting to seeing Woods’ in the hunt.
“It’s what we’ve been saying all along, about it being a process and about being patient until the swing feels natural,” Foley said.
Foley said confidence can’t be taught, it’s part of the process, part of what comes when the swing feels natural.
Woods is looking to put together his first back-to-back rounds in the 60s since he opened this season with a pair of 69s at the Farmers Insurance Open. He’s looking for his first back-to-back rounds in the 60s at the Masters since he won the championship in 2005.