Masters 2019: Tiger Woods 2005 v 2019 – find the difference
Tiger Woods produced a sensational finish to win a fifth Masters title and finished 11 years in a 15th major with the Augusta National.
The 43-year-old American fell to 1,199 in the world ranking just two years ago and thought his career was over.
And it was a long way back for Woods, who has had many injuries and problems with his career.
BBC Sport charts the highs and lows of his golf career since becoming a professional in 1996.
1997 – The Masters wins 12 shots to become the youngest player to win at Augusta National and the youngest big winner since World War II
2000 – Become the fifth player in history to complete the Grand Slam of the Open, US Open, PGA Championship and Masters career.
2001 – completes the & # 39; Tiger Slam & # 39; as the first golfer to become the reigning champion of all four majors simultaneously y.
2002 – Follows Jack Nicklaus in 1965-66 and Nick Faldo in 1989-90 in winning the Masters in consecutive years.
The incredible chip from Tiger Woods in 2005 voted your biggest Masters shot
2005 – Known as chips from the rugged 16th place for birdie, en route to a play-off victory over Chris DiMarco and fourth Green Jacket in Augusta.
2006 – His father and leader Earl dies at the age of 74, but Woods wins his third Open championship and 11th major at Hoylake.
2008 – Claims his 14th big championship title at the US Open in Torrey Pines in a play-off against Rocco Mediate.
2009 – Found to be bleeding and semi-conscious after his car hit a tree and a fire hydrant outside of his Florida home. He later apologizes for having dropped his family over a series of extra-marital affairs.
2010 – Tiger Woods and his first wife Elin Nordegren, who ended a seven-year marriage.
2014 – Undergoes the first of four back operations in four years.
2016 – announces that he will not be able to participate in the US Open after he has lost priority due to injuries since August.
2017 – misses the cut in his first PGA Tour event in almost 18 months and falls to 1,199 in the world ranking. He is also responsible for Driving Under the Influence after falling asleep at the wheel of his car with the engine running.
2018 – Is second in the US PGA Championship and finishes in sixth place in The Open for recording his first tournament win in five years during the Tour Championship, up to 13 in the world ranking.
2019 – wins the Masters to complete one of the biggest comebacks of sports
Story of the day: Tiger Woods wins 2019 Masters