Tiger Woods wins Masters to complete historic comeback
By David Mercer, news reporter
Tiger Woods has competed one of sport's greatest ever comebacks after winning his first major title in 11 years at The Masters.
The golf superstar, 43, last won a major at the 2008 US Open before his career was threatened by injury and personal problems.
He now has 15 major titles – just three behind Jack Nicklaus' all-time record of 18.
An emotional Woods hugged his girlfriend Erica Herman, mother Kultida, daughter Sam, 11, and son Charlie, nine, following his historic win.
It is his fifth Masters title – his first since 2005 – and the first time Woods has ever come from behind on the final day to win a major championship.
After his victory, Woods described his achievement as "overwhelming" and said it was "one of the hardest I've ever had to win".
"It's unreal for me to experience this," he said.
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"I couldn't be more happy and excited, I'm kind of at a loss for words.
"To have my kids there, it's come full circle. My dad was here in '97 and now I'm the dad with two kids there."
Woods took a self-imposed hiatus from golf from December 2009 to early April 2010 in an attempt to resolve marital issues with his then wife Elin Nordegren.
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