PGA Championship: What Tiger Woods' Meltdown Means for His Future

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PGA Championship: What Tiger Woods' Meltdown Means for His Future
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Tiger Woods opened his 2011 PGA Championship at three-under-par through his first five holes.

Glimpses of the old Tiger showed early on at the Atlanta Athletic Club. But after an errant tee shot landed in the water on the sixth hole of the tournament, everything that could have gone wrong, did, for Woods.

From that point on, Woods was 10-over-par, including three double-bogeys, and finished his first round at seven-over-par—the worst round in a Major Championship of his career. 

It didn't get much better for Woods on Day 2 of the championship as he shot three-over-par, finished at 10-over-par for the tournament and missed the cut in a Major Championship for the first time since to 2009 British Open—just the third time in his career.

The missed cut at this tournament keeps Tiger winless since the 2009 Australian Masters. So what does this mean for Woods' future?

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