Tiger Woods has won his first major title since the 2008 US Open in the 83rd Masters at Augusta National.
Here, Press Association Sport delves into some of the 43-year-old’s remarkable career numbers:
3,954 – days since victory over Rocco Mediate in a US Open play-off at Torrey Pines.
81 – the victory is Woods’ 81st on the PGA Tour.
4 – number of back operations since March 2014.
1,199 – Woods’ ranking in the world in November 2017. Victory at Augusta National means he will be sixth in Monday’s updated standings.
14 – years between Woods’ fourth and fifth victories in the Masters.
15 – career major wins, second only to Jack Nicklaus’ 18.
683 – weeks he has spent at world number one during his career, a record.
281 – consecutive weeks spent as the world’s best golfer, which is also a record.
1997 – the year of his first major triumph, at the Masters.
5 – Woods is one of five players to have won all four major titles.
48 – His score for nine holes at the age of three on the Navy golf course in Los Alamitos.
1 – Woods is the only player to hold all four major titles at the same time, winning the US Open, Open Championship and US PGA in 2000 and the 2001 Masters.
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