The two-headed beast of American golf, known here as Tiger/Phil, is plunging faster than the Golden State Warriors' playoff hopes.
With the PGA Tour now into its Florida swing today, it's worth checking out this week's world rankings. They begin with Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and Graeme McDowell, the first time in 19 years Europeans have held the top four spots. (For trivia buffs: Ian Woosnam, Nick Faldo, Jose Maria Olazabal and Seve Ballesteros topped the rankings March 15, 1992.)
Tiger Woods now sits No. 5, with Phil Mickelson down to No. 6. And Tiger/Phil will fall farther -- soon -- unless it gets its collective game together.