Tiger Woods has recently came off a not-so-good finish in the 2012 Masters, struggling on every form of his game despite winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational just a week earlier.

Mostly, people have noticed his main struggle in putting, which continues to mess him up time after time.

Woods' former instructor, Butch Harmon, says that Woods has lost his confidence in his putting.

"I think he's lost his nerve putting," Harmon says. "I think his nerves are bad, and he's lost his confidence."

Harmon knows what he's talking about, as he has coached other great golfers such as Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman, and Ernie Els. Woods tied for 40th during the Masters tournament.

"For me, and I think we saw this at the Masters, he looks like he's playing 'golf-swing' and not golf," Harmon said. "In my opinion, he's very robotic. And you could see that at Augusta with all his practice swings and the double-cross shots when he's trying to fade it and he hooks it. I think everyone thought because he won at Bay Hill that he was back. Well, he didn't hit it great at Bay Hill, he hit it OK. And Bay Hill's not a major."

Woods' next match will be on May 3 as he plays in the Wells Fargo Championship. He will then play in The Players Championship the week after that.


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