Tiger Woods acknowledges the crowd on the 18th hole at the 2015 Memorial Tournament, where he carded the worst round of his professional career while also recording his highest ever aggregate total.
Saturday's 85 was the second time Woods has recorded a worst career round this year -- he hit another all-time low of 82 at the Phoenix Open in January.
Fitness issues in recent years contributed to the American slipping to 181st in the world after the Memorial.
Woods and new swing coach Chris Como in conversation ahead of the Hero World Challenge in Florida. Woods announced Como as a replacement for outgoing swing coach Sean Foley in November.
June's U.S. Open is next for Woods, where he hopes to land a first major title since 2008, ranked a lowly 195th. "Next up, a major championship," wrote Jeff Ritter, senior editor of SI Golf Group. "Expectations should not be high."