Watch Tiger Woods nearly ace fourth hole at the Masters

April 11, 2015

Tiger Woods isn't atop the leaderboard at the Masters. However, he is showing flashes of his former great Major championship form.

Woods came out of the blocks with three birdies in the first four holes on Saturday — aka Moving Day.

The clear highlight was his shot at the 240-yard fourth hole, which wound up less than a foot from the pin.

Woods went on to shoot a 68 Saturday at Augusta National, putting together his first back-to-back rounds in the 60s at the Masters in 10 years, and his first in a major anywhere since 2012. But he was certain it could have been even better.


''Oh, man,'' Woods said afterward, ''It could have been something seriously low today.''

He finished off a recap of his round a moment later by adding ruefully, ''All-in-all, if you probably look at it, it should have been about two shots better.''

Like maybe if that shot above had dropped.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.