Tiger Woods Overcomes Long Odds to Win 2019 Masters

David Hayes
The Masters - Final Round
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Less than one week ago, Tiger Woods was eyeing 16-to-1 odds to win the 2019 Masters. Fast forward to Sunday afternoon and the former four-time Masters champion added a fifth green jacket to his collection in dominating fashion.

Tigers Woods Masters Odds

When the opening 2019 Masters' odds first came out back on Sept. 24, 2018, via FanDuel Sportsbook, Woods was eyeing a +950 shot to win it all this April. Heading into the the final round of this year's Masters, Tiger was sitting +380. However, Woods dipped as low as +1600 back on Monday, April 8.

When was the Last Time Tiger Won the Masters?

Tigers Woods' last Masters win came 14 years ago in 2005. His 2019 Masters victory was also his first Major victory in 11 years, when he won the 2008 U.S. Open.

Tiger Woods Masters Wins

Tigers' 2019 Masters win makes this his fifth win at Augusta National, receiving his first green jacket in 1997, followed by wins in 2001, 2002, 2005 and now 2019.

How Many Children Does Tiger Woods Have?

Tiger Woods has two children, Sam Alexis Woods and Charlie Axel Woods, both of whom were born well after his last Masters win in 2005. Woods had mentioned that the opportunity for his kids to watch him win receive a green jacket was one of the most important things about winning his first Masters since 2005.

It's been quite some time since we saw Tiger dominate a Major like this, but even those who like to root against him would likely concede that Woods playing at this level brings a unique excitement to professional golf.


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