It's over: 2014 the worst year of Tiger's career


Tiger Woods has worked with three coaches since turning professional in 1996. (Getty)

The PGA Championship isn't the only thing that came to an end for Tiger Woods on Friday. His season did, too.

Woods missed the cut, finishing 6 over for the championship following rounds of 74-74. Making matters worse, he again appeared in obvious physical discomfort throughout his second round.

As he will not play next week's Wyndham Championship and will not qualify for the FedEx Cup playoffs, the only thing concievably left for Woods in 2014 is the Ryder Cup. But as our own staff has concluded, captain Tom Watson may be better off exploring other - albeit limited and unappealing - options.

With Woods' PGA Tour season now over, it will go on record as his worst as a professional. Tiger in 2014 made ...

• Seven starts, his second-fewest in his career.

• Zero top 10s, his fewest.

• Five cuts, his fewest.

• And $108,275, his least.

While no one is crying over Tiger's wage loss, consider that Woods has made more than $108,275 in 176 individual PGA Tour events in his career. That's 59.7 percent of his Tour events from 1996-2013.

There are plenty of debates about Tiger's swing and health and future. But there's no debating this:

Woods' 2014 season finishes as the worst of his pro career.

Statistics courtesy the Golf Channel editorial research unit.