Comeback Confirmed – Tiger Woods Wins His First Masters in 14 Years

Written by Brad Shepard

The story of arguably the greatest comeback in the history of professional golf began on Sunday, as Tiger Woods captured the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club.

Tiger’s last Masters win was in 2005 – now 14 years later at the age of 43 with a spinal fusion surgery he has done it again.

The win was Tiger’s 15th time winning a major, and his fifth Masters title, leaving him one away from tying the record held by Jack Nicklaus.

Tiger finished 13 under par, winning by a single stroke.

Tiger looked like the Tiger of old, except more mature, and more focused this time.

Ladies and gentlemen, golf is back.

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Brad Shepard

Brad's journalism work has been credited in Fox Business, Washington Post, New York Daily News, New York Post, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Chicago Tribune, Deadspin, Yahoo Sports, Forbes, Golf Digest, Bleacher Report, Sporting News, The Sun, NESN, Breitbart, Zero Hedge, and ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption, among others.

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Brad was internationally credited for breaking the story of the XFL return.
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