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The drought is over: Tiger Woods wins 2019 Masters, his first major championship since 2008

USATODAY.com Sunday, 14 April 2019
Tiger Woods trailed by two strokes in final round but put on brilliant display to win his first major championship since 2008, and fifth Masters.
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Tiger Woods completed one of sport’s great all-time comebacks to end an 11-year major title drought at the Masters on Sunday by claiming a fifth Green Jacket. Chris Dignam has more.

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