Suffering from debilitating pain and the humiliation of withdrawing from the Masters tournament, golf legend Tiger Woods has reportedly fallen into a dark mental state, according to sources speaking with The National ENQUIRER. Four years after his incredible comeback victory at the same event, insiders say Tiger's personal and professional life is now facing significant challenges. "Between his crippling injuries and shattered love life, Tiger has hit rock bottom — again," revealed an insider.

As previously reported by The ENQUIRER, Woods was hit with a $30 million lawsuit in March by his former girlfriend Erica Herman. In the two years since his devastating car accident, which resulted in compound fractures in his right leg, a damaged right foot, and doctors having to relieve excruciating pressure on his swollen muscles, Herman had been by his side.

"Now he's got no one to lend him support when he's dealing with all his injuries and setbacks," shared the source. "Worse than that, he knows she's furious with him and is hellbent for revenge — and the money she believes she's owed."

Last year, due to severe pain, Woods withdrew from the U.S. Open and reduced his golf schedule in hopes of being ready for this year's Masters, a tournament he has won five times. Unfortunately, rest did not improve his condition, and he was forced to withdraw in the third round due to agonizing pain in his injured leg.

"I am disappointed to have to WD this morning due to reaggravating my plantar fasciitis," he tweeted. "Thank you to the fans who have shown me so much love and support."

Sources say the withdrawal has taken a significant toll on his mental state. "He's been beaten down mentally, physically, and spiritually," shared a source.

Dr. Gabe Mirkin, who has not treated Woods, believes his injuries are so severe that he may have to retire from professional golf. "His damaged joints will likely never heal," Mirkin predicts. "It's incredibly unlikely he can come back to top-level competition."

Now, there are concerns that the golf icon may turn back to pain medication, which led to a humiliating DUI arrest in 2017. "He's in constant pain — both physically and psychologically," said the insider. "The fear is he'll become too dependent on those meds again."