Tiger Woods makes an epic comeback to end an 11-year drought of a Major. Tigers win his 15 Major at the Augusta with an unprecedented back nine rallies. The 43-year-old American superstar, who underwent spinal fusion surgery in 2017 due to chronic back pain, seized his first major title since the 2008 US Open and completed an epic comeback from career-threatening injury and scandal by winning the 83rd Masters on Sunday, capturing his 15th major title to end an 11-year major drought.
Tiger Woods has ended an 11-year drought of a victory at any Major by winning the Augusta Masters with an incredible back nine rallies to capture his 15 Major titles. Woods made an epic comeback following a career-threatening injury and a series of scandals to lift his fifth Master's title and his first Major since the 2008 US Open. Woods fired a final-round two-under par 70 to finish on 13-under 275 for a one-shot victory to capture a $2.07 million top prize and the green jacket symbolizing Masters supremacy.
Woods fired a final-round two-under par 70 to finish on 13-under 275 for a one-shot victory to capture a 2.07 million dollar top prize and the green jacket that symbolizes Masters' supremacy. Winning a fifth Masters title, and his first since 2005, cemented a fairytale comeback to the pinnacle of golf for Woods, whose career imploded after a 2009 sex scandal. Finally, Woods has ended an 11-year drought of a victory and won in Augusta Masters with an incredible back nine rallies to capture his 15 Major titles.
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