No disrespect to other golfers, but no one moves the needle like Tiger Woods.
Only fellow American Nicklaus has won more Masters, with six.
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"I've never had an ace, ever, unfortunately", DeChambeau said.
Francesco Molinari wasn't the first player to be fooled by the swirling winds at Augusta National's 12hole and have his title chances at the Masters washed away by Rae's Creek, but the company he keeps probably didn't help in the heat of the moment. Woods' name was removed from the game after the 2014 edition.
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A who's who of sporting royalty were quick to hail Woods' sixth victory at the iconic Augusta course.
Brooks Koepka of the USA hits off the 2nd tee during third round play.
He ended last season by winning the Tour Championship and showed signs of a breakthrough at the majors by being a title contender at last year's British Open, where he led in the final round, and PGA Championship, where he finished runner-up. I couldn't sit. Couldn't lay down. "Coming up to 18, it was just trying to make a five". "I'm aware that it's not going to be easy tomorrow".
Tiger Woodsjust made the ultimate comeback and for the first time, he got to share his major win with his kids.
Woods served notice he had returned to form by contending last year at the British Open and PGA before snapping a five-year title drought by capturing the Tour Championship. But on Sunday it was Molinari who slipped up, with the 36-year-old from Turin finding the water at the 12th and 15th.