Tiger Woods took Monday off, but he was back working on his game Tuesday at Augusta National.
2 of 9Fred Vuich/SI
"As far as my short game is, it's progressing," Woods said during his press conference. "I was able to make a few changes with it technique-wise. I spent a lot of time here chipping and putting and working on it. So feeling very comfortable, and looking forward to getting out there."
3 of 9John Biever/SI
Phil Mickelson didn't play a practice round on Monday, but he was one of the first players on the range Tuesday morning.
4 of 9Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Martin Kaymer is the No. 1 ranked player in the world, but he has yet to make the cut in three starts at Augusta.
5 of 9John Biever/SI
Mickelson is the defending champion, and he's the big favorite to win a fourth green jacket after capturing the Shell Houston Open last week.
6 of 9Andrew Redington/Getty Images
The Augusta National grounds crew had to clean up debris around the course after thunderstorms rolled through overnight.
7 of 9Jamie Squire/Getty Images
Sergio Garcia, left, joked around with Luke Donald during their practice round.
8 of 9Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images
Lee Westwood is still seeking his first major, but he has good memories at Augusta. Westwood finished second to Mickelson last year.
9 of 9Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Ryo Ishikawa has pledged to donate all of his earnings this year to relief efforts in Japan.
You May Like
More Tours & News
Sign Up for Newsletters
Receive insider analysis, swing tips, equipment news, special offers and much more.