It's not exactly a secret that Tiger hasn't been himself since the Thanksgiving 2009 car crash. We know about the personal struggles that followed.
Since then, he's had good rounds, competed in tournaments, had successful Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup matches and even won at Bay Hill earlier in 2012.
But it wasn't until the back nine at The Memorial where a real swagger was seen from Woods. He was not only trying tough shots, but executing them. Take a look at this shot for proof. Tiger may have tried that shot over the last three years, but he wasn't pulling it off.
With that, we saw a swagger from him. We saw a reaction that hadn't been seen in a while. He was trying a shot that looked impossible, pulled it off and knew it was going to happen. That was not a lucky shot. If he knows he's got "it," then it's only a matter of time before "it" shows up at a major.