Entering this past weekend, Woods had won seven times in his last nine starts at Firestone and had not shot over par since 2006.
That was then.
Woods shot 77 on Sunday to finish at 18-over 298. It was his highest score on the PGA Tour as a professional or an amateur, and he finished tied for 78th in the 80-man field — his worst finish ever.
“Shooting 18-over par is not fun,” Woods said. “I don’t see how it can be fun shooting 18-over.”
This is uncharted territory for Woods.
“He’s just not the regular Tiger we’re used to seeing,” Anthony Kim said. “He’s obviously had a lot of stuff going on, and he’s dealing with that, and that’s obviously more important than golf. Because I think golf is an easy thing to do once your personal life is straightened out. And I’m sure it’s going to happen soon for him.”
What do you think will happen with Woods?