Tiger not pleased with 4th

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - Tiger Woods takes little joy in finishing
among the leaders at the Masters, even though by most standards his
comeback will be deemed a success.

He contended for a fifth Masters title when some wondered if
he'd even make the cut. He took a big step toward winning back many
of the fans who were appalled that he cheated on his wife with
numerous mistresses.

Woods doesn't look at it that way.
He came to Augusta National to win.

So, when Woods strolled off the 18th green, having rolled in a
birdie putt that only assured he would finish tied for fourth, he
saw no reason to celebrate. He had finished five strokes behind
winner Phil Mickelson.