Tiger Woods is almost as well known for microphones picking up his expletives after bad shots as he is for his love life, but even by his standards he hit a new high in the first round of the 2013 Masters.
As the cameras at Augusta went live around the world the world number one was immediately picked out by the producers as he hit his second shot at the 11th hole.
Cue a missed green, a sarcastic laugh, and a "how the f*** did it do that?" broadcast loud and clear across the globe. And also, we presume, across the fairway to Lyndsey Vonn, Woods's girlfriend, who followed him throughout the round.
As a golfer you're always grinding to get your score just one shot lower. A birdie here, a par save there, and that 74 might be a 73, or that 80 might be a 79.
Tiger wasn't sharp off the tee to begin, but rolled in a few par putts and finally carded a birdie on No. 6. His birdie on the par-5 8th bucked the trend Tiger had going a year ago at Augusta when he didn't take advantage of the par-5s, and his birdie on No. 13 was his first on a back nine par-5 since 2011.
Still, Tiger dropped a shot on No. 14 with a three-putt and couldn't convert a short birdie putt on 15. His round ended with 30 putts, and despite being four shots back told ESPN after that he was very satisfied with how he played to start.
An opening 70 by Tiger is exactly what he needed, and if there were any nerves there to start this Masters, they seem all but done. Woods is in a perfect spot with 54 holes left.