Tiger Woods' 2019 PGA Tour season came to a close today with a disappointing finish at the BMW Championship. Woods shot -7 for the weekend and tied for 38th.
Because he didn't get the huge results he needed this weekend to advance in the FedEx Cup, Woods did not qualify for the Tour Championship. Thus ends a 2019 season that featured both thrilling highs and deflating lows.
Woods won the Masters in April, earning his first major victory in more than a decade. However, he finished in the top 10 just three times total and missed the cut at the PGA Championship and Open Championship.
Still, Tiger remained focused on the positive when asked to reflect on this season, which he called "very special."
There's no doubt that Woods' win at Augusta was one of the more iconic moments in golf history and further solidified his status as an all-time great. How the season finished doesn't change that.
Tiger technically could play again this year, since he's the captain of the United States’ Presidents Cup team. However, he might not pick himself to play in the event, which runs from Monday, December 9 to Sunday, December 15 in Melbourne, Australia.
If he doesn't play at The Presidents Cup, we won't see Woods again until 2020.