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Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is considered one of the greatest golfers of all time. Woods holds numerous records and ranks first for most men’s major championship wins of all time. Woods turned pro for the first time in 1996 at the age of 20. By 1997, Woods was already on the road to stardom, winning 3 PGA Tour events including a major championship. Less than a year after turning pro, Woods was already holding the world No. 1 place in the golf world.

Woods’ dominance was undeniable. He was the world’s top golfer from August 1999 to September 2004 – 264 consecutive weeks – and again from June 2005 to October 2010 – 281 consecutive weeks. During this time he won 13 of the most important championships in golf. Injuries have plagued the golfer lately and slowed him down a bit, but he still shows his skills on the course. Here’s a list of every major that Woods has won over the years.

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List of 15 Majors won by Tiger Woods over the course of his spectacular career

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Woods has won an impressive 15 major titles over the course of his career. He celebrated his first victory on April 13, 1997 after successfully winning the crown at the Masters. This record-breaking performance also meant he became the youngest golfer to ever win the prestigious event. 1998 looked set to be a struggle for Woods as he faded due to an immense change in playing style.

But just when people thought it was over, Woods came back in 1999 and delivered one of the best performances of his career. Woods ended the season with an impressive 8 wins – a record not equaled since 1974. Those wins included the PGA Championship Victory – his second major win of his young career.

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Tiger Woods: The Comeback Era

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Tiger Woods

2000 was Woods’ year of glory, having become only the second golfer to win the Triple Crown of Golf straight after Lee Trevino. By the end of Woods’ 2000 campaign, he had won three consecutive majors, nine PGA Tour events, and set or broken 27 Tour records. He managed to win at least 2 major championships in 2002, 2005 and 2006. In 2007 and 2008, his wins dwindled as he only managed to win once each. As Woods tried to make a comeback over the next few years, his playing style changed immensely and he was a work in progress. Just as he was getting back into shape, he faced injury years from 2014 to 2017.

As of 2017, Woods had undergone 4 back surgeries which severely limited his game for those seasons. 2018 was Tiger Woods’ comeback year as he successfully recovered. However, 2019 was his crowning moment as Woods returned to the Masters strong and hopeful. In his first major championship of the year, all the pressure was on Woods. However, he delivered and won the Masters with a one-shot victory – earning his 15th major title of his life. Shortly after, Woods has a horrible fall and sustained a leg injury from which he is still trying to recover. However, he had long since managed to establish himself as one of the greatest golfers of all time.

Here is a list of all the majors Tiger Woods has won.

  • 1997 champion
  • 1999 PGA Championship
  • 2000 US Open
  • Open Championship 2000
  • 2000 PGA Championship
  • 2001 champion
  • 2002 champion
  • 2002 US Open
  • 2005 champion
  • 2005 Open Championship
  • Championship 2006
  • 2006 PGA Championship
  • 2007 PGA Championship
  • US Open 2008
  • Champion 2019

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