AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods relapsed on national television.
He slipped back into old foul-mouthed habits after bad shots.
So much for Woods' pledge to control his temper and mouth on the golf course.
So much for his vow to respect the game better.
After hitting an errant tee shot at the sixth hole Saturday at the Masters, Woods let loose a profanity that was picked up by CBS microphones. It included taking the Lord’s name in vain.
Tom Watson and Augusta National chairman Billy Payne are on record asking that Woods show more respect for the game.
Woods supporters will argue that a slip was bound to happen and it will take time to change his habits.