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Top 5 Tiger Woods moments from his Masters career

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The 2024 Masters is right around the corner, and while many are looking forward to seeing stars like Rory McIlory, Scottie Scheffler and the reigning champion, Jon Rahm, Tiger Woods’ presence at Augusta National Golf Club, which the field currently states, is always a huge draw. 

Five of Woods’ 15 major tournament wins have come at Augusta, and there have been a multitude of iconic moments for him at the Masters, leaving golf fans with memories for a lifetime. 

It’s hard to boil down Woods’ greatness at Augusta into just a few moments, but these five stand out above the rest. 


Tiger Woods fist pumps during play at Augusta National on April 13, 1997. (Robert Beck /Sports Illustrated via Getty Images)

Woods’ third green jacket came in 2002, when he was favored to win the tournament again after having captured the title the year prior (more on that later). 

Entering Sunday, Nick Faldo had been the only PGA Tour player to defend his Masters title, which came in 1990. Woods was already 11-under entering the final round, and though he shot a 1-under 71, he was never threatened. 

Woods finished with a three-shot lead, as Retief Goosen shot 2-over on his round to finish 9-over. Woods’ reign over majors continued as he’d later win the 2002 U.S. Open that year as well. 

In 2000, Woods won the PGA Championship, U.S. Open and Open Championship. Would he get to hoist the trophy at four majors in a row? You bet. 

Forever marked as the "Tiger Slam," Woods shot 16-under for the tournament, beating out David Duval by two strokes and Phil Mickelson by three, and there were plenty of iconic moments in