What caddies are saying about Tiger Woods winning his fifth Masters

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Tiger Woods celebrates after making a putt on the 18th green to win The Masters. Credit: Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports

Masters Sunday is always special, but this one was an all-timer.

Eleven years removed from his last major championship victory at the 2008 U.S. Open — and with scandals and career-threatening injuries sprinkled in between — a 43-year-old Tiger Woods became the second-oldest Masters champion in history with a one-stroke victory of three of the game’s best current players, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Xander Schauffele.

And just like that, with major championship win No. 15 and a fifth green jacket to add to his wardrobe, Tiger’s push to catch Jack Nicklaus’s record 18 majors is back on and suddenly doesn’t seem like such a pipe dream.

Naturally, people had plenty to say about arguably the most important victory in the sport since Woods blitzed the field in the 1997 Masters. Here’s a collection of what caddies were saying on their respective social media accounts…


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Can he do it today#tigerwoods #masters2019 #caddienetwork #angc #themasters @themasters @caddienetwork @pgatour @tigerwoods

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2019 Masters Champion Tiger Woods! #masters2019 #themasters #tigerwoods #caddienetwork @themasters @tigerwoods @caddienetwork

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