[WATCH] Tiger Woods wins the 2019 Masters
43-year-old US golfer Tiger Woods made a remarkable comeback from injury and scandal winning the 83rd Masters on Sunday in Augusta.
Watch as Woods sinks his final ball to claim a one-shot victory, closing 70 to finish 13 under par, one shot ahead of Johnson, Schauffele and Koepka.
His family was there and an emotional Woods hugs his son below.
Father and son ➡ Father and son— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 14, 2019
This should bring a tear to your eye. pic.twitter.com/HawZBxUATb
He claims his 5th green jacket, his 15th major title, and a prize of $2.07 million.
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