Tiger Woods' massive struggles continued at the 96th PGA Championship at Valhalla, as the ailing Woods shot a 3-over 74 on Saturday and missed the 36-hole cut for just fourth time in a major championship as a pro.
Analysts from the Golf Channel broke down Woods' forgettable 36-hole performance and analyzed what the future looks like.
Brandel Chamblee: "The next time he plays in a major championship he'll be 39 years old, so father time ticking away. And really, I think what we got from this week is Tiger Woods needs to go home and get healthy before he comes out and tries to play top-level golf."
Frank Nobilo: "It's hard to watch someone that's basically been the figurehead of this sport for nearly 20 years struggle over two rounds."
Notah Begay: "Certainly didn't have his best stuff this week but you've got to give him a little bit of credit for toughing it out and not adding to that long list of withdrawals."
See what else the analysts had to say about Woods' struggles in Louisville in the video above.