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If Tiger wants to win, he’s going to have to believe in himself. He is fully aware that he has never come from behind to win a major. But he has in other tournaments.
Tiger has to approach Sunday like it’s just another tournament. It isn’t The Masters, the pinnacle of golf. It’s The Masters, another tournament on his schedule.
If Tiger can be confident enough to post a low score early, he’s going to add pressure to the top of the field. If the top player is around 13-under, and Tiger Woods posts around 11 or 12, it does just that.
Rory McIlroy hasn’t been in a situation where he has four holes left and is clinging to a lead with Tiger sitting in the clubhouse. That’s the situation Tiger needs.