It took 66 holes of golf before Tiger Woods reminded Australia, and the world, of what he was once capable of at the JBWere Australian Masters. Using a putter usually reserved for practice, he managed to make up six shots over the final six holes to finish in fourth place and his best finish of the year.
The final six holes had the gallery roaring and included two eagles, including the fist pumping one on the last hole. It left the crowds buoyant and itching to see more of the former world number one. As expected, he was asked if he may return next year. Given the correct timing of the Australian Masters and the President’s Cup in Melbourne, it sounds like the jungle cat will be back down under in 2011.
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