Tiger will miss more cuts in the near future if he can't correct those mental errors that come in large part from a lack of competition. Sure, he has to take care of his body after many injuries over the years, but two rounds aren't enough to assess his readiness for Hoylake.
"I'm very excited," Tiger said about Hoylake. "I'm excited to play that course. I don't know how it's changed since we played it."
Hopefully, his primary concern is how much he has changed as a golfer since the last time he played there in 2006. He discovered some answers to that question this week that he should use to get ready to not just play, but to compete and win.
His fans at Congressional were happy that he was there, but they will be happier when he starts to play well again and realistically get on a path to win more majors.