Tiger Woods Is Not Done With Golf, Wins Masters for the 5th Time

Tiger Woods Is Not Done With Golf, Wins Masters for the 5th Time

Golf fans world wide witnessed the strongest comeback in the history of the game Sunday at Augusta.

After all his injuries, all surgeries, all personal travails, all anti-golf declarations, Tiger Woods has won the Masters again.

About 11 years after his last major victory Mr. Woods won the Masters by 1 stroke with a 70 for his final round, keeping his confidence while the best of the rest lost theirs.

Sharing the lead Sunday were 6 golfers, 5 tied with a few holes to play. But as it was in Y 1997, so it was 22 years later: Mr. Woods walking off the 18th green to delirious cheers, another Green Jacket awaiting him, with this his 15 major win in total.

There are just 2 story-lines at every Masters: Tiger Woods, and everyone else. That is the reality, as Tiger Woods draws the largest and loudest galleries, pulls in the biggest ratings, summons cheers at Augusta that are unique to that golf course.

All the best Champ!

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