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The good news for Tiger Woods is that he made history at the Masters this weekend, making the cut for a record 24th consecutive time to set a new record at the tournament. The bad news is, he immediately followed that up with the worst round of his entire major career in the third round.

After making the cut heading into the weekend to set a new record for most consecutive made cuts at the Masters, Tiger Woods posted an absolutely horrible 10-over 82 during the third round of the tournament at Augusta National. It was not only bad, but it was the worst round of golf that Woods has played his entire major career.

Woods entered the third round just seven strokes back from the lead with a legitimate chance to push for a sixth Green Jacket at the Masters, but the horrible round dropped him completely out of contention and he ultimately finished with the worst score among all of the players who made the cut.

Woods finished with a total score of +16, marking the worst score he’s ever posted at the Masters.

Obviously, this is horrible news for Woods as he was looking to win another Masters title, and it led to a lot of reactions on social media.

It was certainly a tough weekend for Woods.