Frustrated Faces of Tiger Woods

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The Frustrated Faces of Tiger Woods Tiger Woods showed his human side during the 2008 Masters as he struggled to make putts and put himself in a position to win. Here's a look back at several moments where the World's No. 1 looked a little more like the rest of us.
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Woods began the final day six strokes out of the lead and was never able to close the gap with Trevor Immelman. He quickly became frustrated, apparantly wishing he could fly away after missing this birdie putt on the fifth hole.
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Tiger hates to miss a birdie putt; he hates even more to miss an eagle putt like he did on 13 Saturday.
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Woods probably wanted to send his ball sailing back to the fairway on Saturday after missing this birdie putt on the 12th hole. Instead he knocked it in for par.
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On Saturday, Woods was less than impressed with his tee shot on the fourth hole. He still managed a par.
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Tiger attempted to follow up a birdie on the eighth with another on the ninth Friday, but much to his dismay, he missed the opportunity.
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Tiger, pleading with his ball to change direction, left this birdie putt short on Friday on the 12th hole.
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"I hit that -- I thought it was a perfect shot. Then I ended up with probably one of the worst places you could put it," Woods said of his second shot here on the 13th hole Thursday. "I ended up making 6."
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Woods could barely stand missing a birdie putt on the ninth hole Thursday.
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A higher power must be to blame for the ball not going where Woods intended on the 14th. He went on to bogey the hole. "I didn't putt well all week," he said. He finished in second place, three strokes off the lead.