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  1. Tiger Woods wins the Masters by one shot on -13 - his 15th major title
  2. Woods claims first major title since 2008 and fifth Green Jacket
  3. Woods punched the air with delight and hugged his family
  4. Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Xander Schauffele tie for second on -12
  5. Day, Simpson, Molinari & Finau -11; Poulter finishes -8

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko and Luke Reddy

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    Tiger Woods wins Masters

    Well, what a nine hours it has been.

    Frankly we could have signed off with any of the hundreds of superb images which captures the thrill, relief and excitement of Tiger Woods' extraordinary FIFTH Masters win.

    This one certainly does the trick.

    Thanks for all your company over the past four days - hope you've enjoyed it as much as we have.

    If you want to relive it all again (and why wouldn't you) then you can... Head here to read our report from Augusta and watch videos of all the best bits.

    See you again next year!

  2. 'Thankful to see it in person'

    Bubba Watson, another multiple Masters champion, congratulates his fellow American...

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  3. Celebrations in the champions' locker room

    England's 2017 Masters champion Danny Willett and his wife Nicole raise a glass to Woods's win...

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  4. 'An incredible week'

    Playing partner Tony Finau was the first to congratulate Woods on the 18th green.

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  5. Post update

    Today is all about one man. And a measure of Tiger Woods has been how many of his peers have logged into their social media accounts to hail his achievement.

    Before we disappear for the night, here are the thoughts some of golf's biggest name's to Woods' 15th major win...

  6. 'I just kept the mistakes off my scorecard'

    McIlroy -5 (F)

    Rory McIlroy

    Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy was chasing the career Grand Slam - which only Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Gene Sarazen, Gary Player and Ben Hogan have previously achieved - at Augusta for the fifth successive year.

    McIlroy shot a final round 68 to finish tied 21st with a total of five under.

    "I didn’t play dissimilar to the other days I just kept the mistakes off my scorecard. I played the par fives well and I did all weekend. The score is a bit better because I didn't make the mistakes.

    "My game is in a good place. I didn’t quite have it this week but it's a long season and there are three more majors to play so I'm happy with everything. It wasn’t my week but there are plenty more weeks ahead where it might be."

  7. Post update

    While Tiger wrote another fairytale chapter to his autobiography, one man will have to wait for at least another year...

  8. Tiger-mania hits Augusta

    Tiger Woods wins the Masters


    Could be some sore necks and tight calves in the morning as the patrons tried to claim the best view of Woods' victory.

  9. 'His entire game was superior'

    Tiger Woods wins the Masters

    Shaun Micheel

    2003 US PGA Championship winner on BBC Radio 5 live

    When I played against Woods earlier in his career, his entire game was far superior to the rest of ours. He just had a confidence about him that he would beat you and not by one or two strokes but by 10 or 15.

    The new fans that came into the game - when you played with Tiger Woods, the fans really wanted him to win and you to lose and you could feel that.

    It was so intimidating being out there and knowing he had every shot in his bag and he could play it at will.

    I remember playing him at the World Match Play, in fact my wife had already booked tickets to go to London for the day after so that was the confidence she had in my game.

    But match play is a different animal. Maybe he was bored with the pairing and I was making putts and playing well and I could sense he was in big trouble.

    And when he tried to turn it on it was too late. But I still know my hierarchy on the totem pole. I'm just appreciative of being able to see a player of his greatness. It's incredible what he has accomplished. Nobody can touch him.

  10. Woods' bank balance receives a boost

    Tiger Woods wins the Masters

    Aside from lifting a rather lovely Masters Trophy- made of more than 900 separate pieces of silver - depicting the Augusta National clubhouse, and of course collecting an iconic Green Jacket, Woods will also pick up a hefty cheque of more than $2m.

    The total purse is $11.5 million (£8.8m ish), and winner gets $2,070,000 which equates to about £1.58m.

    Not bad eh.

    Tiger Woods
  11. Multiple Masters champions

    Jack Nicklaus

    Jack Nicklaus stands alone when it comes to winning here.

    The Golden Bear's six green jackets (spanning 23 years between 1963 - 1986) puts him two ahead of Arnold Palmer and, now, one of Tiger Woods.

    1. Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975 & 1986)
    2. Tiger Woods (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 & 2019)
    3. Arnold Palmer (1958, 1960, 1962 & 1964)
    4. Jimmy Demaret (1940, 1947 & 1950)
    5. Sam Snead (1949, 1952 & 1954)
    6. Gary Player (1961, 1974 & 1978)
    7. Nick Faldo (1989, 1990 & 1996
    8. Phil Mickelson (2004, 2006 & 2010)

    Three wins and upwards only.

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    Máirtin Flannery: 11 years since his last major 14 years since his last masters Never come from behind to win a major A winless streak of 107 weeks Once 1,199th in the world Four back surgeries Didn't know if he'd play again The greatest comeback in sport!

    Ewajane Tolu Justus: Congratulations @TigerWoods, best of all time. The record is back on.

    PSP: You just can't beat a man who never gives up.

  13. Spot the difference

    Tiger Woods wins the Masters

    Tiger Woods - 2005 v 2019. What's changed between his fourth and fifth wins at Augusta?

    Other than the hairline, not much....

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    Video caption: Tiger Woods 2005 v 2019 - spot the difference
  14. 'Golf is back'

    One of England's all-time great entertainers with a bat and ball was also suitably impressed...

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  15. Post update

    If Serena is inspired then the rest of the women's tennis world had better watch out.

    Williams, like Tiger, is considered the greatest in her field but also trails just one person in terms of major wins.

    Serena winning another major after almost dying giving birth in 2017 - and tying Australian's Margaret Court's record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles - would be certainly celebrated in a similar manner.

  16. 'This is greatness'

    Tiger Woods wins the Masters

    Heading the sporting legends paying tribute to Woods' achievement is another considered to be the GOAT...

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  17. 'Excellence, grit, determination'

    Tiger Woods wins the Masters

    Trump's predecessor Barack Obama has also had the fortune of playing a round with Woods in the past...

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