Found April 06, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
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During Friday's second round of the Masters golf tournament, Tiger Woods was so disgusted with himself after hitting a bad tee shot on the 16th hole that he promptly dropped his club and kicked it backwards about 10 yards without even waiting to see where the ball would land.



CBS golf analyst Nick Faldo said "I think we can officially say that Tiger has lost his game...and his mind."

Woods made bogey on the 16th hole and finished the round at 3 over par, 8 shots out of the overall lead. After today's meltdown, however, Woods is going to have his work cut out for him.

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