Woods didn't dwell on bad bounce, two-stroke penalty


AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods realizes that he’s going to get his share of lucky breaks and bad bounces during his career.

In this case, the ricochet off the flagstick at No. 15 cost Woods a chance to win this Masters.

“I’ve had a few, but that’s certainly up there,” Woods said about the bad break.

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But Woods handled the situation well. At least, he insists that he didn’t dwell on the situation, including the two-stroke penalty that he was assessed after he took an improper drop on that hole.

“Well, we could do that in every tournament we lose, so we lose more tournaments than we win out there on Tour,” Woods said.