Tiger Woods capped his worst week as a pro with a 7-over 77 at the WGC-Bridgestone, playing a course where he's won seven times in 18-over par. The score against par was Tiger's worst since his appearance at Oak Hill in Rochester during the 2003 PGA Championship.
Tiger is clearly flailing. His golf game might be in worse shape than his personal life. As a result, the door has been left wide open for Phil Mickelson to overtake Woods as the world's number one player.
Yet, Phil can't step through. In fact, Mickelson has been fallling on his face before he even gets to the front step.
Thad Brown discusses the plight of both golfers in this week's Video Blog.