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Tiger Woods won the 2019 Masters on Sunday, his first major title win in 11 years.
The 43-year-old finished the four-day event with a total score of -13, one shot ahead of his American rivals Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, and Brooks Koepke in second place.
While others lost their cool, Woods rolled back the years to hold his nerve.
With the win, Woods’ ranking has jumped to 6th in the world — up 1,193 spots since December 2017.
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Tiger Woods sent a resounding message to the sports world with his performance on Sunday.

After he held his nerve to finish -13 at the 2019 Masters Tournament, Woods proved once again he is the master of the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, claiming his fifth championship 22 years after he won his first title there.

The 43-year-old finished the four-day event with one shot ahead of his American rivals Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, and Brooks Koepke in second place. While others lost their cool, like when Francesco Molinari hit two double bogeys on the final day, Woods rolled back the years to hold his nerve.

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The win trumps Woods’ most recent success when he won the Tour Championship in September last year, ending a trophy drought that lasted 1,876 days when he claimed the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in 2013.

His latest victory also ends a major dry spell that lasted 3,955 days since he won the US Open in 2008, making it one of his sweetest triumphs to date.

Woods has had to overcome scandals in his private life, a 2017 arrest when he was found asleep in his car with the engine running, and four back surgeries.

To get a sense of how far back Woods has come from his injury problems and off-the-course troubles, take a look at his official world golf ranking. In December 2017, Woods had fallen all the way to 1,199th in the world. A little more than a year later, after winning the Masters, he is up to No. 6.

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Here’s how Tiger’s ranking has moved since he was last …read more

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Tiger Woods has climbed 1,193 spots in the World Golf Rankings in little more than a year

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