Jordan Spieth has been a revelation this year and he's currently 2 shots of the lead at The Open at five under after carding a round of 67.
The 21-year-old Texan is attempting to win his third successive Major after winning The Masters and U.S. Open. Meanwhile Tiger Woods finished the day tied for 138th after he finished his round with a four over par 76.
Woods' loss of form has been well documented in recent years, but this startling statistic from ESPN's Bob Harig shows just how much the mighty have fallen.
Jordan and Tiger have played 19 rounds in same tourney this year; Spieth is 110 strokes better, per ESPN stats gurus. #TheOpen
— Bob Harig (@BobHarig) July 16, 2015
Incredibly, over the 342 holes they've both competed with each other this year, Spieth has bested the 14-time major winner by 110 strokes.
The Open is ongoing and Dustin Johnson leads after he finished his round seven under par, although he may be caught by Zach Johnson who is currently six under after 12 holes.