SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Tiger Woods went from the high point of his year to the low point in one week.
After his 2 and 1 loss to Jon Rahm in the Sunday singles, Woods was briefly tied with Phil Mickelson for most Ryder Cup losses in U.S. history at 21 (Mickelson's loss within the hour moved him back to first with 22). It was just his second loss on a Sunday at the biennial event, dropping his record to 4-2-2 in singles and 14-21-3 overall.
Riding into Paris on the high of winning the Tour Championship last week, his first win on the PGA Tour in five years, he'll head back to the States without having scored a point for Team USA.
"Well, it's disappointing because I went 0-4, and that's four points to the European team. And I'm one of the contributing factors to why we lost the Cup, and it's not a lot of fun," Woods said after his match.