Eyes on the prize – Tiger Woods has seen his world ranking slump to 241 amid problems with form and injuries -- but he has no intention of giving up on golf.
Uncertain times – Down and out: Woods slips as he negotiates the rough on the 10th hole on his way to missing the halfway cut at the U.S. Open in June.
Head-scratching form – Woods shot his worst-ever round at the US Open, with a score of 80 placing him tied 152nd in a field of 156.
Wretched run – Woods started his first round as it was to go on, carding a bogey on the opening hole. He went on to bogey seven more and triple bogey the 14th.
Past glories – It has been 15 years since Tiger Woods claimed his maiden U.S. Open trophy, winning as a 24-year-old back in 2000.
Tiger's roar – Woods, seen here in 2009, wants to recover the intensity and form that brought him 14 major titles.
Things are looking up – Woods plays a putt at the Players' Championship in Florida in June, where his form took a turn for the better.
Centre of attention – Crowds gather to watch Woods in action at the Players Championship.