AUGUSTA, Ga. — Tiger Woods' latest temper tantrum did not go over well with some fans at the Masters.
Woods caused a scene at buttoned-down Augusta National on Friday by scowling, cursing and tossing his clubs. He even gave one club a swift kick after his shot on the 16th tee landed in the bunker.
Fans say they come to see him win, not to watch him sulk and act badly.
Woods said he was sorry if he offended anybody. But he says he gets frustrated when he hits bad shots.
Woods was on better behavior Saturday, limiting himself to scowls and one angry toss. He shot an even-par 72 and is at 3 over for the tournament.