Tiger Woods won the Masters to complete, some argue, the greatest comeback in sports history. Click here for the cover – the moment of jubilation too powerful for words. Ron Green Jr. opines on how the victory changed Woods’ remarkable legacy. Check out this video of a near-injury that would have robbed the golf world of Woods’ re-ascendance. Among the golfers who came up short, two prominently lost balls in Rae’s Creek: Woods thundered into first after Francesco Molinari lost his tempo and his lead, writes John Hopkins. Brooks Koepka finished T2 but was proud of the way he played. In The Divot, Mike Cullity brings us all to the honorary starters’ ceremony. More Masters coverage: Click here for our photo gallery. Oklahoma State’s Viktor Hovland took low-amateur honors. Sunday dawned with hopes for a European victory, but Molinari and Ian Poulter fell down the leaderboard. Patrick Cantlay shot 64-68 on the weekend and briefly took the lead Sunday before he, too, slid back.
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