Tiger's comeback at 2019 Masters will be remembered as his best win

Tiger's comeback at 2019 Masters will be remembered as his best win

Tiger's comeback at 2019 Masters will be remembered as his best win

The victory also marked the first time Woods had reached the winner's circle at major without leading after 54 holes and broke Gary Player's record (13 years) for the longest gap between Masters wins.

One of the few companies to stick with Woods over the last decade, Nike released a sentimental video about 43-year-old's unexpected win.

Even before this Masters' title, he contended in the final two majors a year ago, briefly tying for the lead in the final round of The Open and trailing by just one on the back nine at the PGA Championship. 12 and 15 before his ace at 16, then added two more birdies on his last nine.

CBS said that made the rerun the third-highest-rated golf broadcast on any network this year.

Woods returned to action at the Hero World Challenge in December 2017 saying that for the first time in over 10 years that he was pain-free.

"I was impressed with the way he was swinging the golf club", Watson said. I am so inspired. When it comes to Tiger Woods' insane 2019 Masters win on Sunday, that is the question in the golf world right now. The Betfair Sportsbook rate him at just 6/4 to win at least one more this year, 10/1 to win at least two more, and 50/1 to complete a quite astonishing grand slam. Prior to Sunday, Woods hadn't won a major championship since his victory at the US open in 2008. "I really couldn't do much of anything", Woods afterwards in his news conference.


Woods won his 15th major, leaving three short of the standard set by Jack Nicklaus. Curry took to Twitter to say: "Greatest comeback story in sports!"

His win at the 2018 Tour Championship was his first in any PGA Tour event since 2013. And while Xander Schauffele (68, T2) didn't succeed in becoming the fifth straight first-time major victor at Augusta (Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Danny Willett, Jordan Spieth), he led the field with 25 birdies and looks like a big-game hunter.

They're in the way of Tiger challenging Jack, potentially the biggest and most important story in the history of the game. He said he had a feeling Woods would win because his children were watching. "No matter who is in the office, you may like, dislike personality or the politics, but we all must respect the office".

"To be able to do that against Rory [McIlroy] and Rosey [Justin Rose] there gave me a lot of confidence going into this year, and I said, you know, just keep building on it and let's try to get the mind and body peaking towards Augusta".

"I did think [this day] would come", he told CNN. He briefly led the Open at Carnoustie before finishing second to Koepka in the US PGA and winning the Tour Championship for his 80th PGA Tour title, just two behind the record of Sam Snead.

"Running the numbers on how long it'll take me to get to 15". Then about 30 seconds later you could hear a roar several hundred yards away up near the clubhouse at the No. 18 green where the large crowd there saw Woods' birdie posted.

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