Tiger Woods wins Masters in first major victory in 11 years

Tiger Woods wins Masters in first major victory in 11 years

Tiger Woods wins Masters in first major victory in 11 years

Nike has released an unbelievable new advertisement to celebrate Tiger Woods' Masters victory on Sunday, his first green jacket since 2005 and his first major since 2008.

Woods shot a final round of two under par 70 to finish at 13 under, one stroke clear of Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka. Leader Francesco Molinari (-13) is scheduled to go off with Tony Finau (-11) and Tiger Woods (-11) at 9:20 a.m. ET.

After a day of deafening roars, Woods was overcome with emotion given his daughter, Sam, and son, Charlie, were standing beside the 18th green.

"I was just trying to plod my way along the golf course all day", said Woods.

"My dad was here in 1997 and now I'm the dad with two kids here", he added.

"It's overwhelming because what has transpired".

Tiger Woods insisted he never doubted his ability to end his long wait for a 15th major title, which arrived in stunning style as he claimed a one-shot win at The Masters.

"I am literally in tears watching TigerWoods this is Greatness like no other".

Molinari had played near flawless golf through the first three rounds, carding a single bogey, but on Sunday a bogey along with the two doubles during a miserable final round of two-over 74 left him two back of the victor. "This is just fantastic!" From the sex scandal that ended his marriage, to the four back operations that culminated in a spinal fusion two years ago, he has made headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Woods, 43, became the oldest champion at Augusta since Nicklaus captured his sixth and final Masters aged 46 in 1986.

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