The Masters 2011: Grading Each Piece of Tiger Woods' Game at Augusta National

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The Masters 2011: Grading Each Piece of Tiger Woods' Game at Augusta National
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So the Masters closed without Tiger Woods donning a new green jacket. But that isn't all bad. Despite not winning, Tiger still made some strides in his game.

Overall, Tiger needs to keep playing in tournaments. He hasn't been doing that, and he needs to push his recent average from 16 to about 19, just enough where he doesn't have two weeks down time unless he needs it.

Until he begins to play tournaments at least in a close time period, it's going to be hard to maintain everything he has done. Competitive golf is so much different than range golf, just ask anyone who has seen Tiger of recent. When he's at the range, there's no better player. So obviously there's still some course work to do.

So where did Tiger fall short of par, and where did he excel at Augusta?

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