Good thing Augusta National doesn't have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to bullying.
In a column on the Sky Sports website, Colin Montgomerie suggests that Tiger Woods had been trying to intimidate the rest of the field "into early submission" with his news conference chatter before Thursday's first round of the 77th Masters.
Woods has seemed especially upbeat, clearly pleased to have regained the No. 1 spot in the world and saying that, at 37, he has a lot of good years ahead of him.
"Is it false -- is it all part of the psychology?" Montgomerie asked, adding: "He wants to get that type of 'bullying' feeling back again."