Here is a numerical look at the toll Tiger Woods’ personal turmoil has taken:
0: Victories, the first time in 15 seasons on the PGA Tour that Woods has failed to win at least one tournament.
2: His world ranking.
3: Sponsors lost (Accenture, Gatorade, AT&T) and top-10 finishes, the fewest in his career.
4: Majors he remains behind Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18.
5: Months of the season that Woods sat out.
7: Consecutive tournaments Woods finished outside the top 10, the longest stretch of his career.
10: Majors that Woods has gone without a victory, matching the longest drought of his career.
65: Best round of the season, shot in the first round of The Barclays and matched in the final round of the Australian Masters.
68: Woods’ ranking on the PGA Tour money list, his lowest ever.
79: Worst round of the season, shot in the second round of the Quail Hollow Championship to miss the cut by eight shots.
153: His 36-hole score at Quail Hollow, the highest of his career.
281: Consecutive weeks Woods held the world No. 1 ranking before losing it to Lee Westwood on Oct. 31.
298: Score at Bridgestone, 18 over par and Woods’ highest on the PGA Tour. He finished 30 shots behind winner Hunter Mahan.
$330,000: His biggest paycheck of the season, for a tie for fourth in the Masters. A year ago, he averaged $618,127 per start.