A quick look at the final round of the Masters:

Hole of the day

The par-3 No. 12 played a big role in the outcome as Francesco Molinari and Tony Finau, both in the final grouping with Tiger Woods, hit balls in the water and ended with double bogeys. It all but knocked them out of contention as Woods hit the center of the green and two putted for par. The group ahead saw a similar fate for two golfers in contention and Brooks Koepka and Ian Poulter also found the water and ended with double bogeys. That’s four contenders in six to fall be the way side.

Quote of the day

“Tiger. Tiger. Tiger.” The chants of fans surrounding the 18th green as Tiger Woods tapped in to win the 2019 Masters at 13-under par

Quote of the day II

“The return to glory.” CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz after Woods made the winning putt.

Quote of the day III

“When I tapped the putt in I don’t know what I did. I know I screamed.” Tiger Woods after his victory.

Did you know?

The victory for Tiger Woods marks the 24th time in the past 29 Masters that the winner has come out of the final group.

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Tiger Woods. Wins 15th major and fifth Masters championship. Nothing more needed.

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Francesco Molinari. The third-round leader had one bogey in his first 54 holes. He had a two double bogeys and a bogey on the back nine of his final round.

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