It was all good just a year ago.
Just 353 days ago, Tiger Woods was ranked the No. 1 golfer in the world. Long gone are the days of Tiger on the prowl and mastering the green, though. The free fall of the one-time, most-dominating golfer in the world has been glaring and eye-popping to say the least. Here, Tech Times puts Tiger's brutal free fall in perspective with the help of some rather harsh numbers. Yes...Tiger is in the rough.
Since being ranked No. 1, Woods has withdrawn from 2 tournaments.
He has also been cut from 3 tournaments.
Woods has finished 69th or worse 3 times, since being the top-ranked golfer as well.
He has played in 10 PGA Tour events since 2014. Of those, he's broken 70 four times.
He has failed to break 80 in three of his past 16 rounds.
Before that, Woods was the same golfer who only did that 1 time during his first 1,107 pro rounds.
Cole Hammer, a 15-year-old, shot better than Woods in the opening round of the U.S. Open last month.
Talk about a fall from grace...Woods is currently a mind-boggling 220th on the golf world rankings.
There is hope for Woods, though...as of Wednesday's pro-am, he hit every fairway and green on the front-9. Comeback in effect?
Even if Woods' struggles continue, don't feel too bad for him. He still earns 83 times more in endorsements than golf, according to Adweek.