Ahead of his 40th birthday on December 30, we take a look at a selection of notable records Tiger Woods has either broken or threatened in his illustrious career.
Woods, golf's dominant figure for much of the 21st century, is currently recovering from a third procedure on his back and recently revealed he is uncertain as to when he will be able to play again.
Woods famously sits second in the list of men's major winners, having now remained four shy of Jack Nicklaus' tally of 18 for more than seven years. Tiger has won both the Masters and US PGA Championship on four occasions and boasts three successes at The Open and U.S. Open.
PGA TOUR WINS
Only Sam Snead (82) has claimed more wins on the PGA Tour than Woods, who claimed the last of his 79 victories at the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational.
MOST WEEKS AT WORLD NUMBER ONE
Woods has topped the Official World Golf Ranking, which was introduced in 1986, for 683 weeks, for more than double the time spent at number one by his nearest rival in this regard, Greg Norman (331 weeks). In eight years - 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 - Tiger remained atop the rankings for all 52 weeks of the year. His stint as number one between June 12, 2005 and October 24, 2010 - a period of 281 weeks - is another record.
CAREER EARNINGS ON PGA TOUR
Since turning professional in 1996, Woods has accrued an astonishing $110,061,012 in prize money on the PGA Tour. Phil Mickelson sits second on the money list, more than $32million behind his fellow American.
WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS DOMINANCE
Only two players have secured more than two career victories at World Golf Championships events. Australia's Geoff Ogilvy has three wins to his name, while Woods holds an astonishing 18 titles, having secured eight successes in the Bridgestone Invitational (formerly the NEC Invitational) and seven in the Cadillac Championship (formerly the American Express Championship and CA Championship)
Between 1998 and 2005, Woods made the cut in 142 consecutive PGA Tour events, comfortably surpassing the previous record streak of 113 held by Byron Nelson.
RECORD SCORES IN MAJORS
Woods holds the record for the lowest 72-hole score in relation to par at The Open, having finished 19 under at St Andrews in 2000. His best Masters score of 18 under was equalled by Jordan Spieth in 2015, while Jason Day's 20-under total at this year's US PGA Championship saw him take the record for the lowest score to par in any major from Woods.
CAREER GRAND SLAM WINNER
In addition to being one of only five men, together with Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Gary Player and Gene Sarazen, to have won golf's four majors since the introduction of the Masters in 1934, Woods held all four titles at once following his triumph at the 2001 Masters, which completed the much-vaunted 'Tiger Slam'. No player has ever won the four present majors in the same year.