Tiger Woods carded the equal worst nine-hole score of his career with an eight-over-par 44 for the front nine in his second round at the Phoenix Open.
The score matches the tally Woods signed for in round three of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village two years ago.
The former world No 1 is almost certain to miss the cut at the competition, which would represent only the 13th time Woods has failed to qualify for the final 36 holes in his career.
Woods began the day’s play two-over-par and things quickly went awry, with a double bogey and a triple bogey on consecutive holes and three further bogeys.
He found an unplayable lie on the 14th to drop the first two shots and then hit the water on 15, starting off a chain that also included a poor bunker shot and a duffed chip on his way to an ugly seven.
Woods, who will be outside of the world top 50 for the first time since November 2011 when the rankings are updated on Monday, also managed to take four to get down from close to the green on the short par-four 17th.