Tiger Woods spoke to the media and answered questions on opening day of the Masters Tournament. (April 5, 2010)
A week before the PGA Championship and with six weeks left to the Ryder Cup, Tiger Woods' game is in shambles.
In the third round of the Bridgestone Invitational on Saturday, Woods had five bogeys, a double-bogey and two birdies in a 5-over 75. He is 11 over -- his worst score in relation to par through 54 holes since turning professional in 1996.
The 75 is his worst third-round score in relation to par since the 2002 British Open, where he shot 81.
After completing his round, he returned to the driving range. At that time, he was 18 shots off the lead and in 78th place, ahead of only two other players in the 80-man field.
He has never been worse than a tie for 71st through 54 holes since turning pro.