Tiger Woods wins the Masters to claim 15th major and seal greatest comeback

Tiger Woods summoned all the might of his wearying body, drew on unfathomable desire and steel, unmatched experience and evoked bottomless nostalgia to win at Augusta for the first time in 14 years and seal a return to the pinnacle of sport on what, once the dust has settled, will live on as the greatest Sunday in Masters history.
After the squalid unravelling, the strife and spinal fusion surgeries, the 43-year-old beat away the rain and tides and capitalised on the mistakes of his peers until the very last were swept away. A two-under-par 70, a fifth Green Jacket and a 15th major to complete a Lazarus-like comeback that will forever live amongst the sporting Gods.
Starting early in the final group, the lead was initially exchanged like an unwanted burden as the players started early to beat the incoming thunderstorms. At one stage, Woods, Francesco Molinari, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson and Xander Shauffele batted it between themselves with the twists and sudden endings of a crime drama script as even Patrick Cantlay to a hauntingly brief charge of the leaderboard and threatened to leave the world drowned in anti-climax. Read More…https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/golf/tiger-woods-wins-the-masters-to-claim-15th-major-to-seal-greatest-comeback/ar-BBVVWIG?li=BBoPWjP&ocid=spartanntp

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