Tiger Woods — Getty ImagesThere has never been a golfer as mentally tough as Tiger Woods. The man has battled injury, controversy and his fair share of Sergio Garcias to snag 14 majors and 77 PGA Tour titles. We've all questioned parts of him at times; his decision to change his golf swing, change coaches and obviously his personal life decisions, but until Saturday at Augusta National nobody ever questioned his integrity on the golf course.
That is basically the long and the short of what happened when Woods landed a two-shot penalty, and near disqualification, as he pushed along at the 2013 Masters. Dialed in on Friday at Augusta, Woods got one of the worst breaks of his career when his ball careened off the flagstick on No. 15 and into the drink. What happened after was the part that had everyone buzzing on Saturday morning as the gates opened at Augusta National. Woods had taken a favorable drop that some thought might end in disqualification, but it didn't and Tiger was allowed back on the golf course toRead More »from Tiger Woods posts third-round 70 at Augusta National in the midst of controversy