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This has not been the best of seasons for Tiger Woods - to say the least.
No majors again, the loss of his world number one ranking after five years, endless critical analysis of his swing, and on top of all that another dismal Ryder Cup for him personally and America collectively.
But it is not over yet - and on Sunday he could be in a position he has not faced since 1996.
From the moment Woods won on only his fifth start as a professional that year he has held at least one stroke-play title - and for a lot of that time a stack of them.
Yet if he fails to defend the American Express World Championship at Mount Juliet in County Kilkenny, all he will be left with is the Accenture Match Play crown.