There is a polarising effect that comes from the victory of Tiger Woods Master’s win. It has been tagged as one of the best comebacks of all times in the history of sports.
Tiger Woods, regarded as perhaps the greatest athlete of all time is a genuis who did not relent from sporting after several ill fated events in his personal and professional life that lasted for 11 years. His recovery from ill health and struggle against a total relapse is great for a recount narrative and will surely reverberate for long in the world of sports.
Twenty-two years after Woods first won the Masters, in 1997, he returns to the leaderboard with a striking win at the 83rd Masters.
The 43-year-old captured his fifth victory at Augusta National with the completion of a remarkable comeback and now has 15 major titles – just three short of the record set by Jack Nicklaus.
Woods’ victory has attracted a file in of congratulatory measages from sports figures, political figures, pop culture figures and so many others on social media, all of who are offering their tribute to the 43-year-old.