Tiger Woods appears back in regular form, as the scandal-plagued golfer trails the leader Lee Westwood by four strokes going into the final round at Augusta National Sunday. Not that Woods was unflappable on the course. Television crews caught Woods letting some colorful language fly after a frustrating shot on Saturday. “I was playing as hard as I could and my emotions got the better of me,” Woods said. A win for Woods would be his fifth Masters victory and his 15th major championship. It would be a first for him, though: a come from behind victory on the Masters' final day of play.