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Tiger Woods Wins Masters for the 5th time, his first Major in 11 Years
By SENATUS Editor | 15 April 2019

Tiger Woods put on a show during the final round of the 2019 Masters Sunday to win the tournament for the fifth time, and first since 2005, to give him 15 career major championships.

On Sunday afternoon at Augusta National, battling gusting winds, a crowded leaderboard and history, Woods completed the most improbable comeback in modern sports history. As others crumbled under the final-round pressure or ran out of steam late, the 43-year-old played his best to win a major after an 11-year drought, plagued by a public divorce after a sex scandal and four back surgeries.

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