All hail Woods! Trump, Serena, Nicklaus join Tiger Twitter frenzy

Tiger Woods smiles as he walks off the 18th green during the third round for the Masters golf tournament Saturday

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"Tiger is Tiger. He's the greatest golfer I've ever seen".

Woods revelled in his 15th major crown via Twitter, writing: "I can't thank my family, friends and fans enough for their support".

"Last year I was very lucky to be playing again".

"The win at East Lake was a big confidence booster for me because I had come close a year ago a couple times, still had to get it across the finish line and didn't quite do it". I couldn't sit. Couldn't lay down.

I had the procedure which gave me a chance of having a normal life.

So while I still don't think he catches 18, it is - this feels impossible but is actually true! - at least conceivable that he does.

Meanwhile, newcomer Justin Harding of South Africa, a relatively unknown Presidents Cup hopeful, birdied the last hole to tie for 12th, which means he gets to come back next year.

"It's got to be right up there, with all the things that I've battled through".

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Tiger Woods rallied to win the Masters for the fifth time Sunday, a comeback that goes well beyond the two-shot deficit he erased before a delirious audience at Augusta National that watched memories turn into reality.

It was also his first victory at a major since a series of personal troubles that began in 2009 pushed Woods to take a break from the sport.

Found asleep at the wheel of his auto at the side of a road in Palm Beach, Florida, pictures and dashcam video of a confused and disoriented Woods were flashed around the world. Bettors can get 5-to-1 odds on Woods to tie Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major titles (he's now at 15) and 10-to-1 to break the record. It was his 81st victory on the PGA Tour, one title away from the career record held by Sam Snead. "There was a lot of times when I really couldn't move and so that in itself is hard". "And now I know why I'm balding", Woods said. "Coming up to 18, it was just trying to make a five".

"In the #MeToo era, it will be hard for Woods to come back as the mega-endorser he once was", said Ronn Torossian, CEO of public relations firm 5WPR.

"That was 22 years ago, when my dad was there and then now my son's there, my daughter was there, my mom's there".

That mixture of resignation and admiration was echoed by an executive at Westgate's Las Vegas sportsbook, Jay Kornegay, who told USA Today: "Despite our loss, I was rooting for Tiger. My dad was here in 1997 and now I'm the dad with two kids there", he said. Woods eventually finished four strokes behind champion Lucas Glover. I am so inspired.

Nationally, CBS's overnight Masters ratings in the nation's largest markets averaged a 7.7 household rating for Woods' first victory in a major in 11 years and first triumph at Augusta National since 2005. "I wish him well, I always wish the guys well and I want them to pay their best". From elite athlete to the butt of the late-night TV joke.

"The worst emotion anyone can feel is shame and he had a real dose of it".

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