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Tiger Woods worst roundThis year’s Phoenix Open has produced the worst round of Tiger Wood’s professional career. His miserable 82 in the second round of the Phoenix Open led to only the 12th missed cut of the 39 year olds career.
Despite his injury setbacks, erratic driving and an erosion of his once reliable putting stroke, his current struggles are still unbelievable to many.
At the height of his career, there was no-one better at scrambling than Woods. His reliable chipping game would always help him pick up par-five birdies or grind out vital saves.
But now it seems that Woods has the yips and that is making his game far more unpredictable.  Nowadays it is anyone’s guess as to whether the ball will make it to the green or fly uncontrollably across the putting surface?
Woods can still claim more major victories (14) than halfway exits. This is a statistic that highlights his golfing greatness while underscoring the seriousness of his current decline.