This marks Tiger's first time out of the top 20 since 1997.
That's a scary thought.
2010 obviously wasn't Tiger's year. He failed to qualify for the Tour Championship for the first time since 1996 and didn't manage to legitimately qualify for the Ryder Cup, instead being chosen by Corey Pavin through one of Pavin's captain's picks, a definite drop-off from previous years.
Tiger also didn't win a single major, and hasn't won one since the U.S. Open in 2008.
Between Tiger's cheating, his divorce, his injuries and the recent firing of his caddy, Steve Williams, it looks like Tiger is officially done.
Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 majors is getting further and further away from Tiger. Most people are starting to have their doubts.
If Tiger Woods had never picked up a golf club, I probably would have never watched golf much. I'm not a huge golf fan, but the accomplishments Tiger has reached on the golf course speak for themselves.
However, I don't see him getting back to where he was, and I'm not sure if he'll even win another major again.
Tiger Woods will go down as one of the best golfers of all time, but it looks like he truly is done.