When Tiger Woods won his 14th Major at just 32 years old, he seemed to be a lock to break Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18. In the seven years since then, Woods is still struggling to win his 15th, and it is becoming increasingly more unlikely that he’ll ever pass Nicklaus.

After Woods shot an 80 on Thursday, the worst U.S. Open round of his career, Mad Dog Sports Radio’s Adam Schein had some things to say about Woods’ current ability.

“Tiger Woods will never win another Major,” said Schein. “He’s awful. He’s terrible. He can’t play. You watched him yesterday, and you know what you saw? A bad golfer. A horrendous performer. Tiger Woods is terrible.”

Schein also spoke about whether Woods should call it a career.

“At the U.S. Open, Chambers Bay, Tiger Woods looked like he was a step closer to retiring,” Schein said. “Tiger had that ability to to dominate and tune out the noise and make people crumble. He’s dead.”

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