Tiger Woods won his fifth green jacket at the Masters on Sunday, his first win at a major since 2008.
The turning point of the tournament came at No. 12 on Sunday, where four other contenders hit into the water.
Woods played it safe and made it to the green, settling for par, and snagging a share of the lead for the first time on Sunday.
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Tiger Woods won the Masters on Sunday, his first major win since 2008 and the culmination of one of the greatest comeback stories sports have ever seen.
Woods entered the day on Sunday two strokes behind the leader, Francesco Molinari, whom Woods, along with Tony Finau, would be playing with through the final round.
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Woods missed a few chances early to cut into the lead, but Molinari had been playing near-perfect all tournament, taking a streak of more than 40 holes without a bogey into the back nine of the final round.
But everything changed at the notorious par-3 No. 12, a hole that has switched the fortunes of many players throughout Masters …read more
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