Tiger Woods gets an assist with his green jacket from 2000 champion Vijay Singh.
Tiger Woods accomplished the greatest feat in modern golf history, winning The Masters by two shots to claim possession of all four major championships simultaneously. Woods battled David Duval and Phil Mickelson throughout the back nine, taking the lead on the 11th hole after nearly holing his fairway approach. Duval, who made eight birdies, failed to convert opportunities on the final two holes to finish two shots back.
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Harig: Experience priceless for Woods
Having been in the hunt at majors so many times, Tiger Woods benefits more than his closest competitors.
More than 40 million watched Woods' triumph
Television ratings for The Masters were significantly higher than any of his other recent triumphs.
Frozen moment: Woods takes control on 11th
Locked in a back-nine battle on Sunday, Tiger Woods made a statement with his approach on No. 11.
Sunday hole of the day: No. 16
David Duval thought he might have an ace. Instead, he left the 16th green with a bogey and a one-stroke deficit.
Sunday: Checking in
Whether it's a Grand Slam or not, other players are in awe of Tiger Woods' performance.
Sunday notebook: Singh starts anew
Vijay Singh started a new streak of rounds under par one day after his first round over par this year.
Woods isn't only winner at Augusta
Invitations to the 2001 Masters, Ryder Cup points and other prizes went to some high finishers.
Tiger red-hot in collectibles, too
Tiger Woods also is the hottest thing in the world of sports collectibles, with one card going for $125,000.
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