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Golf The Twitter world goes wild about Tiger Woods’ fifth Masters win

Tiger Woods celebrates on the 18th hole after winning the 2019 Masters.

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“Congratulations, Tiger! To come back and win the Masters after all the highs and lows is a testament to excellence, grit, and determination.”

Former president Barack Obama

“Running the numbers on how long it’ll take me to get to 15...”

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who won a record sixth Super Bowl this past February, joked that he was plotting how to match the number of major golf championships Woods has now accumulated.

“Greatest comeback story in sports.”

Stephen Curry, of the Golden State Warriors

“I am literally in tears watching TigerWoods this is Greatness like no other. Knowing all you have been through physically to come back and do what you just did today? Wow Congrats a million times! I am so inspired thank you buddy.”

Serena Williams, who took a break from partying at tennis player Caroline Wozniacki’s bachelorette party in the Bahamas.

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