Masters 2019: How many Green Jackets has Tiger Woods won, when was his last major, who is the oldest winner?

Sports Staff
The Independent

Tiger Woods clinched the 2019 Masters in stunning style to complete one of the greatest comebacks in the history of sport.

The 43-year-old held off a raft of challengers on the final day, including the world No2 Dustin Johnson and the Open champion Francesco Molinari, with a serene performance around Augusta National.

He finished his Sunday round on -13, one stroke ahead of three fellow Americans tied on second – Brooks Koepka, Xander Schauffele and Johnson, to add another extraordinary layer to his story of achievements in the game.

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How many majors has Tiger Woods won?

This was Woods' 15th major title.

How many majors has Jack Nicklaus won?

This victory brought Woods one step closer to Nicklaus's record of 18.

How many Green Jackets has Woods won?

This was Woods' fifth Green Jacket, having won four Masters tournaments before, in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005 – 14 years after his last one.

When was the last time Woods won a major?

His 14th and most recent major victory before this one came in the 2008 US Open, making it an 11-year wait.

Who is the oldest Masters winner?

Jack Nickaus won his last Green Jacket aged 46, making Woods the second-oldest player ever to win the Masters.

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