London, Apr.5 (ANI): Tiger Woods' will stand on the first tee at the Augusta Masters as a "humbled and humiliated man."
That, according to The Sun, is the verdict of American Ryder Cup winning captain Paul Azinger, who says the mask Woods normally uses to conceal his emotions is certain to slip at Augusta this week.
Former USPGA champ Azinger, 50, said: "We're going to see a different Tiger. In the past, he was like an actor who plays a part when he comes in that car park, especially on Sunday - black pants, red shirt. But I think we're going to see a humbled and humiliated Tiger."nother ex-USA captain, Curtis Strange, says the disgraced world No 1 will feel something close to paranoia when he plays for the first time since he was exposed as a serial love rat.
Double US Open champ Strange said: "How can he look at everyone.
"I don't care if it's players, patrons, sponsors or members and ot think 'what are they thinking about me, how much do they now, what do they feel?'"
Woods turned up at Augusta yesterday for more practice with pal Mark O'Meara on the 10th tee.
He remained tight-lipped but should have plenty to say today when he holds his pre-tournament press conference at 7 p.m. (ANI)