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Tiger Woods' Not-So-Major Year

Tiger Woods' 2013 major totals.

Tiger Woods' Not-So-Major Year

Tiger Woods. (Phil Long/AP)
Tiger Woods. (Phil Long/AP)

Another year passes on golf's major calendar and Tiger Woods fails to notch No. 15. In fact, his cumulative score to par in this year's four majors (+14) was his highest since 2003 (+18).

He is +21 over his last 10 majors (2011-13), which is a long way from the —149 he put up in 164 major rounds covering the years from 2000-10.

Tiger Woods' yearly major numbers:

 

 Year     Majors     Wins     Rds.     To Par   
 1995    3    0      9    +16
 1996    3    0    10    +17
 1997    4    1    16   —  6
 1998    4    0    16    +  7
 1999    4    1    16    +  1
 2000    4    3    16   —53
 2001    4    1    16   —15
 2002    4    2    16   —24
 2003    4    0    16    +18
 2004    4    0    16    +  7
 2005    4    2    16   —26
 2006    4    2    14   —28
 2007    4    1    16   —  1
 2008    2    1      8   —  6
 2009    4    0    14   —  8
 2010    4    0    16   —13
 2011    2    0      6     E
 2012    4    0    16    +  7
 2013    4    0    16    +14
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