The guy has turned into a weekend duffer Tiger Woods falls to career-worst No. 62 on World Golf Rankings It’s the lowest Woods has been ranked since joining the PGA Tour in 1996 and a six-spot slide from a week ago. Woods ended 2014 ranked 32 and has continued to fall. BY Bernie Augustine NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Monday, February 9, 2015, 9:28 AM Updated: Monday, February 9, 2015, 9:28 AM Jake Roth/USA Today Sports Tiger Woods winces during a tee shot as a bad back bothers him during the Farmers Insurance Open last week, forcing him to withdraw from the tournament after just 11 holes. What do guys like Chris Kirk, J.B. Holmes and Brendon Todd have in common? They’re all ranked higher than Tiger Woods in the latest World Golf Rankings. In fact, there are 61 names ahead of Woods on the list. Coming in at No. 62, it’s the lowest Woods has been ranked since joining the PGA Tour in 1996 and a six-spot slide from a week ago. Woods ended 2014 ranked 32 and has continued to fall. The 39-year-old former World No. 1 withdrew from last week’s Farmers Insurance Open, unable to finish the first round. Woods was driven off the course’s 12th hole and later blamed his back getting stiff on a fog delay in La Jolla, Calif. “It’s frustrating that it started shutting down like that,” he told reporters in a brief parking lot interview session. “I was ready to go. I had a good warmup session the first time around. Then we stood out here and I got cold, and everything started deactivating again. And it’s frustrating that I just can’t stay activated. That’s just kind of the way it is.” Woods was 2-over when he withdrew, his third for back issues in his last eight starts and sixth injury-related withdrawl since 2010. Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Bubba Watson make up the top three on the list.