Tiger, Tiger, burning bright
Tiger Woods completed one of sports greatest ever comebacks at the Masters last night.
Eleven years on from his last Major and fourteen years after his last win at Augusta, Woods picked up his fifth green jacket with a one stroke win, finishing on 13 under par.
The 43 year old put a host of back surgeries and personal problems behind him to win his 15th Major.
Woods carded a final round 70 in Georgia to finish on 13 under par, a shot ahead of Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka.
Here's the moment Tiger sank his final putt to be crowned champion.
History in the making. 🐅— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) April 14, 2019
Tiger Woods completes one of the greatest comebacks in the history of sport to win #TheMasters for a fifth time.
Follow live coverage from the final round of #TheMasters at Augusta National and watch live on Sky Sports Golf: https://t.co/2G8RWl8Oqf pic.twitter.com/fd31UYsZIb
"It fits!"— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) April 14, 2019
Tiger Woods is presented with Green Jacket for the fifth time in the Butler Cabin. 👏
Tiger Woods stormed to a blockbusting Masters victory on one of the most dramatic, and earliest, finishes in Augusta National history: https://t.co/iRQgkGWQ4e pic.twitter.com/2pnZR6xlay
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