Tiger Woods has landed The 2019 Masters title after a dramatic four days at the Augusta National in Georgia, USA.
The legendary US golfer was not expected to be in the mix this year let alone any seasons to come.
But he started with two under par on day one, something which was a sign of things to come.
He kept things going on day two and three before leading the way by two shots heading into the 16th hole on Sunday afternoon. Then he held on to claim victory, his fifth Masters title.
But this wasn’t supposed to happen. Tiger Woods was supposed to be done and not able to compete at the highest level.
Injuries and personal problems led to Woods’ downfall around the start of the current decade, with back issues the biggest problem for the former number one.
Woods had to endure four back surgeries and looked certain to never reach the elite of the game again.
But over the last few days he’s hit the heights again to not only compete for The Masters but win out.
The big question is when was the last time that Woods not only donned the green jacket but won a major as well.
Woods last won a major in 2008 when he picked up the US Open thanks to a playoff victory over Rocco Mediate.
But you have to go back to 2005 for the last time he secured the green jacket.
That was also a playoff win 14 years ago when he edged out Chris DiMarco.
But despite his outstanding play from 1997 to 2008, Woods has not won the most Masters or major titles.
That record is held by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, who not only claimed six Masters titles but has 18 majors to his name.
However, not many players have enjoyed the love of Augusta National quite like Tiger has done in the past and has done over the last few days.
Tiger now has five Masters win and 15 majors to his name and is just three behind Nicklaus.