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Tiger Woods finished the 2018 Masters Tournament with a three-under 69 in Sunday’s final round at picturesque Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
Though Woods—who completed the season’s first major at one-over—struggled with his irons all week and was never in contention, a sense of normalcy returned to Augusta on Sunday afternoon as the four-time Masters winner walked the course in his trademark red and black.
His improved form in recent months created exponentially more hype ahead of this year’s contest for the green jacket. He didn’t reach the renewed sky-high expectations, carding an eagle, five birdies and four bogeys in Round 4, but the fans gave him a hero’s welcome in his return to the marquee stage.
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