Tiger Woods has moved up 248 spots in the Official World Golf Ranking!!
Yup you read that right. Granted he had a lot of room to improve, starting the week out at No. 898. Now he’s currently No. 650, between Jason Knutzon/Rakhyun Cho (tied for 648th) and Brice Garnett.
From here he can only go up, and you know he will. In total, the 14-time major champ has spent a record 683 weeks at No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking. There’s no way that a man with a record like that will stay below the 100’s very long. It just depends on how much he plays!
Woods said he’s still trying to figure things out, but that doesn’t mean that he won’t be back soon. At least he’s passed his goal of being above the 1,000 mark in the rankings! (He joked about this is an interview before he teed off this past week.)
10 People Who Want To See Tiger Fail
David Villa – 70
Jaimee Grubbs was the first girl to come forward about Tiger's misgivings and purportedly was texting him Thanksgiving 2009. She blames Tiger for lying about his wife and certainly is a little bitter about losing her reality tv career (watch Tool Academy) (New York Daily Press)
Luis Suarez – 77
Luis Suarez is not only 1/3 of the most dangerous front line of all time but also the bobbing for apples champ. Source: Twitter
Wayne Rooney – 94
By the time Wayne Rooney had turned 23, he had scored one goal for every word he knows. Source: Twitter
Once upon a time, Fernando Torres was one of the best strikers on the planet, but he peaked too early, like Cousin Terio. Source: Twitter
Michael Owen – 111
They say never trust a man with two first names, but for Michael Owen, we'll make an exception. Source: Twitter
Romelu Lukaku – 119
Romelu Lukaku has over 20 more goals than Cristiano Ronaldo did at 23. Source: Alex Livesey/Getty Images