The putt that sealed Tiger Woods' Masters win

The putt that sealed Tiger Woods' Masters win

William Hill US will make their single biggest payout on a golf bet after the punter put $125,66 on Woods to win at Augusta, 11 years after his last major victory.

Tennis giant Serena Williams led the tributes, saying she was "literally in tears" watching his comeback performance.

Woods also captured his 15th career major crown, leaving him three behind Jack Nicklaus's record 18.

National Basketball Association stars LeBron James and Steph Curry also expressed their admiration, although Curry hoped for a little more from Woods as a result of him claiming a fifth green jacket.

One fan joyously replied to the video, "Tiger Woods FINALLY EMBRACING HIS SON AFTER A MASTERS WIN".

The 43-year-old has capped off a remarkable return to golf's top echelons following persistent back problems and troubles in his personal life, which almost led him to an early retirement from the sport he adores. I know that I made a few mistakes the last couple tournaments, but it just felt like it was there. "My dad was here in 1997 and now I'm the dad with two kids there".

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Written off as too old and too beaten up from four back surgeries and multiple knee operations, Woods underwent a back fusion in 2017 and slowly returned to form.

Starting the final round two shots behind the lead, Woods bogeyed the last but a two-under-par 70 gave him a 13-under-par (275) total on Sunday, with Dustin Johnson (68), Xander Schauffele (68) and Brooks Koepka (70) tied second one shot behind.

"It was just fantastic to have Sam and Charlie here for the first time", he said.

Paired together in the final round of last year's British Open, won by the Italian at Carnoustie, Molinari and Woods found themselves in the last group again battling for a major title.

All eyes were on overnight leader Francesco Molinari, who led by two shots, Woods and the weather when play began as the race for the Green Jacket turned into a final sprint with the forecast predicting rain and thunderstorms.

"There are so many different things that can happen on the back nine on Sunday", he added.

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