Tiger: 0 Wins, 3 Sponsors Lost after 1 Year

Tiger Woods by the numbers.
Tiger Woods by the numbers.

(CBS/AP) Tiger Woods believes he finally is ready to move on after a self-destructive year that cost him his marriage, his mystique, millions in endorsements and, lastly, his No. 1 ranking.

What remains are relationships to repair, along with his golf game.

Tiger Rebuilding and Tweeting

Still to come is Thanksgiving.

"I think it's going to be great," Woods said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I'm going to be with my family. My mom is going to be there. We're going to have a great Thanksgiving. We've turned the corner, turned the page, and it's time to move forward."

He was not playing dumb.

Woods realizes the public might forever connect him and Thanksgiving with perhaps one of the most shocking downfalls in sports.

Here's a look at the toll Woods' personal turmoil has taken since the infamous crash:

0 — Victories, the first time in 15 seasons on the PGA Tour that Woods has failed to win at least one tournament.

2 — His world ranking.

3 — Sponsors lost (Accenture, Gatorade, AT&T) and top-10 finishes, the fewest in his career.

4 — Majors he remains behind Jack Nicklaus' record of 18.

5 — Months of the season that Woods sat out.

7 — Consecutive tournaments Woods finished outside the top 10, the longest stretch of his career.

10 — Majors that Woods has gone without a victory, matching the longest drought of his career.

55 — Number of characters in Woods' inaugural tweet, sent last week, which read: "What's up everyone. Finally decided to try out twitter!"

65 — Best round of the season, shot in the first round of The Barclays and matched in the final round of the Australian Masters.

68 — Woods' ranking on the PGA Tour money list, his lowest ever.

79 — Worst round of the season, shot in the second round of the Quail Hollow Championship to miss the cut by eight shots.

153 — His 36-hole score at Quail Hollow, the highest of his career.

281 — Consecutive weeks Woods held the world No. 1 ranking before losing it to Lee Westwood on Oct. 31.

298 — Score at Bridgestone, 18 over par and Woods' highest on the PGA Tour. He finished 30 shots behind winner Hunter Mahan.

$330,000 — His biggest paycheck of the season, for a tie for fourth in the Masters. A year ago, he averaged $618,127 per start.

$54.5 million — Mortgage taken out by Woods on his new Jupiter Island, Fla. mansion.