It's another big year for Tiger Woods.
It was announced today that he has been named the PGA Tour Player of the Year for the 11th time. He won 5 tournaments this season, the most of any player, and finished second in the FedEx Cup. His $8 million in prize money was $2 million more than any other player.
And yet, many people – including Tiger Woods – consider the year a failure.
The reason? No majors. For the fifth consecutive year, Tiger Woods has come up empty-handed at the four major golf tournaments.
He came in 4th at the Masters this year, which scored him a big payday, and yet he missed the green jacket. And in golf, that's a big deal, especially to Tiger.
Woods is currently 2nd on the all-time Majors list, 4 wins behind Jack Nicklaus. At the beginning of his career it seemed a sure bet he would take that top spot.But now, who knows.
Tiger's currently 1st or 2nd on most of the PGA's All-Time lists and he's won $100 million over his career, more money playing golf than anyone in history.
But the record of records might be out of his grasp. Is being #1 in money better than #1 in the record books, or not? How do YOU define success: majors or money? Let us know on Twitter.