Tiger Woods failed at the 2012 Barclays golf Tournament, finishing tied for 38th place at one over par and only 11 strokes behind champion Nick Watney.
According to Woods, “I see it as absolutely it’s a good year.”
Woods has again failed to win a major tournament this year, and he has not won one since the 2008 U.S. Open. Woods is sinking fast, and is living in delusion if he thinks this was a “good” year.
His killer instinct is history; he has lost belief in himself and is going against everything his father Earl Woods taught him about the game of golf and life.
It is also wishful thinking that Woods keeps telling us over and over again he has plenty of time left in his career to catch Jack Nicklaus’ record of winning 18 major championships.
Nicklaus won his last major when he captured the 1986 Masters at age 46. Woods is now 36; his math says he still has 40 major championship appearances to win four. This will not happen with the way Woods is currently playing the game.
Tiger Woods’ father died during his Saturn return, and that year, he played in the opening round of the U.S. Open and for the first time ever he did not make the grade. The Saturn transit to his Moon disrupted the unconscious instincts for the fame that were instilled in him by his father. Saturn is the great teacher and Woods failed to lear his lesson.
For Woods to make it back to the top he will have to transform himself as natal Pluto in his First House suggests, get back his killer instincts and return to the teachings of his father. Until that time he will sadly continue to sink in the ranks of golf history.