Tiger Woods made news with his stunningly bad Saturday at the Memorial. He was better on Sunday -- good enough to avoid shattering every personal worst for a tournament. Still, his four days in Dublin, Ohio, were arguably his worst weekend ever.
But does that match the depths of despair that Dodgers pitcher Matt Magill reached in his one brief, albeit inagmanamous, moment in the sun on Sunday? Let's take a look, by the numbers.
First, math by Tiger.
44 -- His front-nine score on Saturday, the worst nine-hole score of his career.
20 -- Strokes he finished behind the winner, the furthest he has ever finished behind the winner in a full-field event in which he made the cut.
65 -- Woods finished tied for 65th, his worst finish on the PGA Tour since a tie for 78th at the 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (which has no cut). His worst finish in a tournament which has a cut before this weekend was a tie for 67th at the 1997 Memorial.
0 -- Perhaps the most stunning statistic of all, W...