Tiger Woods has slipped to a career- low world ranking of 133 after a disappointing showing at the Players Championship. The 39-year-old could only finish in a tie-for-69th at TPC Sawgrass, finishing a full 15 strokes behind eventual winner Rickie Fowler in Florida. The 14-time Major winner won the last of his major honours at the 2008 US Open and has not won a title of any kind on the PGA Tour since victory at the Bridgestone Invitational in August 2013.
This lack of success coupled with a number of injury layoffs has led the former world number one to slide down the rankings. Woods currently holds the record for number of weeks spent at the top of the world golf rankings having topped the charts for a total of 683 weeks and the American also holds the honour of spending the most number of consecutive weeks at the top of the charts after remaining at number one between June 2005 and October 2010.