For many, Tiger Woods just making the cut at Augusta National this week would have been reason enough to think things are headed in the right direction for the 14-time major winner.
But, that probably wasn't going to be enough to satisfy Woods.
Early in his third round at the Masters on Saturday, Woods was off to a red-hot start.
After a par at the first hole, Woods rolled off three consecutive birdies, including this one -- a near ace -- at the par-3 fourth hole:
The fourth has played as the second most difficult hole through 36 holes at the Masters this week.
With the birdie, Woods moved to 5 under for the tournament and was tied for seventh at the time of this posting.