It’s tough times for Tiger Woods. It was only a week ago that the 41-year-old golf pro had his DUI incident where police found him asleep at the wheel of his pricey and banged-up Mercedes and placed him under arrest. Now, adding insult to injury, Woods has been dealt a professional blow as well.
This week saw the release of the latest official world rankings for golfers, and Woods came in at a whopping number 899—a career low for the once-unstoppable golf legend.
The personal worst was only one slot lower than the ranking Woods occupied in early December of 2016, when the beleaguered golfer entered the 2016 Hero World Challenge in the 898th position. He wasn’t there long, though; immediately after the challenge, his ranking took a giant 248-spot leap (despite him finishing only 15th out of he 17-player tournament).