Woods refusing to panic

Four-time competition winner, Tiger Woods, insists his Masters 2012 challenge is “not over” despite drifting out to 40/1 In-Play after signing for a three-over 75 on day two at Augusta.

The former world number one is now eight shots off the pace, with American duo Fred Couples and Jason Dufner sharing the lead at the halfway stage in Georgia.

Couples (20/1 – In-Play) and Dufner (16/1) are five-under after two rounds while Woods is three-over following problems with his swing.

He started his challenge with high hopes following a recent win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, however he is refusing to write off his week.

Woods said of his swing: “I can do this – I’ve just got to be patient.

“I know what to do, it’s just a matter of doing it. Even at Bay Hill it was happening, but I was able to rectify it.”

Woods’ last Major win came four years ago at the 2008 US Open before injury and off-course personal problems precipitated a dramatic slump in form for the 36-year-old Californian.

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