Finally, after 11 years of waiting, Tiger Woods ended the drought in Major leagues. The American star achieved a score of -13 after four rounds to win the convincing championship in The Masters 2019. An extremely memorable revival.
Woods was crowned at Augusta National with only a handful less than Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Xander Koepka. However, the 15th Major title of ” Tiger” is a well-deserved title because he has shown his progress through each round, and shows the most stable character in the last day of competition.
Indeed, Woods was not in the Top 10 on his first day of competition, then ranked 6th in the second day, and climbed to second place on the third day of the competition. On the final day of the game, Woods started with a birdie on the third hole, but then slipped and stuck bogay, while Molinari and Finaut reached par in the first four holes. To the fifth hole, the hardest hole in the tournament, he lagged behind 3 compared to the competition. But at that difficult time, Woods still knew how to shine when he took a birdie on the seventh hole. And then, with a firm demeanor, Woods reached the top of the table with par points when Molinari and Finau fell into Rae’s Creek water trap and double-Bogey.
The last day was extremely tense due to Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka also reached -12 at the same time as Molinari and Woods. Jason Day and Webb Simpson also found their form and scored -11. But Woods is still the best at taking advantage of two birdies on holes 15 and 16 to score -14. In the last two holes, he took the initiative to play cautiously, secure the ball, and despite sticking a bogey on hole 18, the score of -13 was just enough for Woods to win The Masters for the fifth time (only one less than the record) of the legendary Jack Nicklaus).
Since the 2008 US Open championship, Woods’ life and career have been met with many incidents of traffic accidents, marriage breakdowns, treatment of sexual addiction, and repeated surgery for injuries. But Woods has never given up, and this The Masters championship is a miraculous revival.