Tiger Woods began his second round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in abysmal fashion on Friday morning, shooting an 8-over-par 44 on his first nine at TPC Scottsdale.
It didn't get a whole lot better.
On his back nine, holes 1-9, Woods posted a 38. On his final hole, he faced a 10-foot par putt, which would've given him an 81. He missed it left.
That bogey put the finish on an 82 for Woods, the worst round of his professional career.
Over his last nine holes, he also carded a double bogey on the 4 and had bogeys on 6 and 7.
His front-nine performance tied the worst nine-hole score of his career – he also shot a 44 at the 2013 Memorial Tournament.
Woods is at +13 for the tournament, 23 shots back of the leader Martin Laird and in last place after Friday's action. The expected cut is +1.
"It was painful to watch," Woods' playing partner Jordan Spieth said. "Because you know his short game once was as good as anybody's was ever going to be."
In 2002, Woods shot an 81 in the third round of the British Open. His previous second-worst round was a 79 came last year.
It was the first time in his career that he'll miss the cut in consecutive PGA Tour events, the most recent one in August at the PGA Championship.