Keeping Score

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Number of times that Tiger Woods has won a major championship after trailing through 54 holes. Woods rallied from a two-stroke deficit on Sunday to win the Masters Tournament at Augusta (Ga.) National Golf Club. Woods, 43, who trailed third-round leader Francesco Molinari to start the day, shot 2-under 70 in the final round to finish at 13-under 275 and win by one stroke over fellow Americans Dustin Johnson (68), Brooks Koepka (70) and Xander Schauffele (68), who tied at 12-under 276 (scores).


Number of green jackets owned by Tiger Woods, who also won Masters titles in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005. His total ranks second to Jack Nicklaus’ six.


Position in the Official World Golf Ranking for Tiger Woods, an improvement of six spots, after he won the Masters. The No. 6 ranking represents his highest spot in the world order since July 6, 2014. Woods spent a record 683 weeks at No. 1, spanning 11 occasions from 1997 to 2014.


Number of players to win the Masters in their 40s. Tiger Woods, 43, joins Jack Nicklaus, who was 46 in 1986; Ben Crenshaw, 43, 1995; Gary Player, 42, 1978; Sam Snead, 41, 1954; Mark O’Meara, 41, 1998; and Ben Hogan, 40, 1953.


Number of years between Masters victories, a tournament record, for Tiger Woods.


Number of major championships won by Tiger Woods, which ranks second to Jack Nicklaus’ 18.


Number of career victories on the PGA Tour for Tiger Woods, who ranks second on the career list to Sam Snead’s 82.

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