Can Tiger Woods keep his 6th Masters Tournament this year?


The Masters Tournament 2020  is going to be held from 9th to 12th of April, as usual, it will be the first major of the year and will take place on its historical location, Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia. Since it is considered as the greatest golf event in the world so all the top players will be seen there. Let’s see, why Tiger can claim his 6th and second straight The Masters title this year.

Tiger Woods, who has worn the green jacket 5 times, is the defending champion of the event. Woods has special associations and records in the Masters open; he holds the record of the best score at the Masters, 18 under par. He is the youngest winner of the event and now after his last win, he is the second oldest to wear the green jacket.

Tiger Woods holds the record of the largest victory margin in the event; he did this in 1997 when he won the title with the lead of 12 strokes. In 2015, Tiger played the lowest back to back a total of two days; 65 and 66. His last year’s performance at Augusta National golf club showed he is still hungry and can surprise at any day in the course. Woods is still in the top 10 professional golfers in the world and can show his form in the masters open.

Due to his technique and experience, Tiger Woods can’t be ignored while predicting the winners but Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy are the top contenders for the event, Brooks Koepka who is world number two has won 4 majors titles, back to back the US Open in 2017 – 2018 and The PGA championship 2018 – 2019. He stood second in the last edition of the Masters open. Rory is world number 1 and back in the form so he is the top dog for the contest.

How many times Tiger Woods won The Masters?

Tiger Woods won The Masters tournaments five times to his entire career, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005, and 2019.

Tiger Woods 15 Major championships records and 1st runner up.

1997Masters Tournament9 shot lead−18 (70-66-65-69=270)12 strokesUnited States Tom Kite
1999PGA ChampionshipTied for lead−11 (70-67-68-72=277)1 strokeSpain Sergio García
2000U.S. Open10 shot lead−12 (65-69-71-67=272)15 strokesSouth Africa Ernie Els
2000The Open Championship6 shot lead−19 (67-66-67-69=269)8 strokesDenmark Thomas Bjørn
2000PGA Championship (2)1 shot lead−18 (66-67-70-67=270)Playoff1United States Bob May
2001Masters Tournament (2)1 shot lead−16 (70-66-68-68=272)2 strokesUnited States David Duval
2002Masters Tournament (3)Tied for lead−12 (70-69-66-71=276)3 strokesSouth Africa Retief Goosen
2002U.S. Open (2)4 shot lead−3 (67-68-70-72=277)3 strokesUnited States Phil Mickelson
2005Masters Tournament (4)3 shot lead−12 (74-66-65-71=276)Playoff2United States Chris DiMarco
2005The Open Championship (2)2 shot lead−14 (66-67-71-70=274)5 strokesScotland Colin Montgomerie
2006The Open Championship (3)1 shot lead−18 (67-65-71-67=270)2 strokesUnited States Chris DiMarco
2006PGA Championship (3)Tied for lead−18 (69-68-65-68=270)5 strokesUnited States Shaun Micheel
2007PGA Championship (4)3 shot lead−8 (71-63-69-69=272)2 strokesUnited States Woody Austin
2008U.S. Open (3)1 shot lead−1 (72-68-70-73=283)Playoff3United States Rocco Mediate
2019Masters Tournament (5)2 shot deficit−13 (70-68-67-70=275)1 strokesUnited States Dustin Johnson

Awards records for Tiger Woods

Eleven times PGA Tour and PGA Player of the Year.
Ten times PGA Tour Money Leader.
Nine times Vardon Trophy winner.
Nine times Byron Nelson Award.

Who has won the Masters the most?

Jack Nicklaus has won 6th times the Masters Tournament from 1963 to 1986 among his 18 major titles.

When Woods will start practice round?

Tiger woods will start his practice round on Monday, 06 April 2020 at the Augusta National Golf Club.

What TV channel is covering the Tiger Woods?

CBS and ESPN are covering the Tiger every moment in the field.

What time does the Tiger Woods play?

When Tiger Will start you can get full Tiger Woods updates and live TV coverage here!

Tiger Woods’ career all the Major championships results and awards records are collected from Wikipedia.


Tiger Woods can keep The Masters Tournament 2020!

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