Sunday's win at Augusta National - where Woods won his first major in 1997 - was his 15th time winning a major.
Tiger Woods, who battled back from multiple surgeries and a personal scandal, completed a remarkable comeback to capture his fifth win in the Masters tournament Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. The 14 years between Masters' victories was a record, surpassing the 11-year span between two of Nicklaus' wins. It's just fantastic for golf and all of sport.' Commenting for American television, three-time Masters champion Sir Nick Faldo said the scene of pure joy around the 18th green was the best he had ever seen in his long career in the game.
At Carnoustie it was Woods who stumbled on the back nine while leading. "I am so inspired thank you buddy".
"I was just trying to plod my way along the golf course all day", said Woods. "This year, my finishes don't really reflect it, but I was starting to shape the golf ball the way that I know I can, which I needed for this week. My dad was here in 97 (when he won his first Masters) and now I'm the dad with two kids there".
Bettors can get 5-to-1 odds on Woods to tie Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major titles (he's now at 15) and 10-to-1 to break the record.
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Molinari's tee shot on the par-3 12th never had a chance, hitting the bank and tumbling into Rae's Creek for double bogey. With the final group still in the 15th fairway, there was a five-way tie for the lead.
"Prep for the Masters starts six months ago, so just trying to make sure I get ready to peak for this one week, and I did, and everything came together, which is great".
That gave him a two-shot cushion, and no one was going to catch him.
Molinari said he knew it could be a tough challenge holding off Woods, who has a history of making memorable charges on the final day of major tournaments, especially at Augusta.