Tiger Woods year by year

Tiger Woods is probably the biggest star to ever grace a golf course, his brilliant performances have given him the kind of popularity that none of his contemporaries could ever achieve. He was Remained as Highest paid athlete in the world for several years.

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His is a household name that even people who haven’t ever played golf or indeed seen it, would still have heard about it. Here we take a look at Woods’ career highlights and count down his years at the Masters.

Tiger Woods year by year at the Masters

1995- A tie in for 41st

1995- A tie in for 41st
Score: 72-72-77-72, 5-over 293.
This was Woods’ first year at the Masters and he appeared to be a very skinny player in his late teens. The games itself was highly anticipated and included Wood’s playing against Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer in the practice round, the round ended with a low amateur honors for Woods’ and earned him his first masters.

1996-The Missed Cut

Tiger Woods year by year at the MastersTiger Woods returned to the masters after having given a last performance at the amateurs which he had won consecutively for two years in a row. Lady luck wasn’t on his side though, since this is the only masters performance during which he missed a cut; bringing the score level at 75-75 and 6-over 150.

1997- Victory at Last!

1997- Victory at Last - sporteology
Score: 70-66-65-69, 18-under 270.
This was the game that gave Woods his Guinness record for the youngest player to win a professional golf masters. He won by a considerable victory margin too, racking his first round total to 70.

1998-Tie for 8th

Tiger Woods year by year at the Masters

Score: 71-72-72-70, 2-under 285.
Woods got 13 bogeys during the 1998 masters but ended up scraping in 18 birdies too, finishing just 6 shots behind Mark O’Meara.

1999-Tie for 18th

Tiger Woods year by year at the Masters

Score: 72-72-70-75, 1-over 289.
Starting his final round behind Jose Maria Olazabal, Woods shot a 75. Eventually tying for 18th place, thanks to his double and triple bogeys during the second and first rounds.

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