Well, Tiger Woods made this easy. If you were wondering how he'd respond to a rough Saturday and whether he'd be able to handle chasing down Rory Sabbatini and Spencer Levin on Sunday, this should answer it.
The tournament isn't over, but this shot will be remembered for quite some time.
Edit: It's over and we can pinpoint this shot as the turning point for Tiger.
Tiger found himself in the rough, long and right of the 16th green. What followed was one of the better shots you'll ever see. Woods had to flop it up, then use the slope to run the ball down to the hole. Get it on the right line, and let the green do the work was the theory at play.
He did that and then some...
Everyone's been hard on Tiger Woods, questioning if he still has it. And even with the win on Sunday, we still probably won't know the answer -- remember: majors or bust. But these shots are why people keep coming back, keep waiting for Tiger to be Tiger again.