So much has been made of Tiger Woods' 79 on Saturday that some seem to think the 14-time major winner and 2013 player of the year might as well just pack it in and call it quits.
Not to sound like a Tiger apologist -- as some have tried to suggest this in the past -- but settle down people, it was just one round.
Sure, it was an awful round that is uncharacteristic from Woods, but there’s no reason to hit the panic button on his game just yet.
A seven-over 79 is not good for any touring pro, but maybe it’s just because he has been so good and consistent over his career that this one sticks out.
It’s one of Woods’ five-worst scores as a professional, but does this one really mean anything? Did the others?
Woods’ worst score was in the 2002 British Open at Muirfield, where he shot an 81, the only time he has failed to break 80 over his career. Did that break him? No, he shot 65 the next day and tied for 28th, then won his next event, the Buick Open.