Ranking the Biggest Underachievers on the PGA Tour in 2014 So Far

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Ranking the Biggest Underachievers on the PGA Tour in 2014 So Far
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The biggest underachiever on the PGA Tour may be Tiger Woods

Think about it. The young golfer, radiating confidence, destined to conquer, in possession of every golf-related talent and an unrivaled pedigree. How many majors did we expect him to win? 30. 

Nearing 40 years of age and 20 years on tour, Woods is stuck on 14 majors. Thus, he's not even halfway to a number that seemed entirely possible following his Masters victory in 1997.

Still, it wouldn't really be fair to call Mr. Woods an underachiever relative to his ability. Perhaps he has fallen short of our lofty expectations, but he hasn't failed to deliver on his physical promise (especially considering the litany of injuries he's dealt with in recent years).

So, who are the biggest underachievers on the PGA Tour this season? Read on to find out. 

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