Tiger Woods Masters | 2001 Final Round Full Replay of Win
Tiger Woods made history in the final round of the 2001 Masters by becoming the first golfer in the modern era to win all four major golf tournaments in a row. Tiger won the US Open, British Open and PGA Championship before this win in 2000. Since his wins didn't come in the same calendar year, this wasn't a true grand slam. So it became known as the 'Tiger Slam'. Woods shot a 68 on the day and his lead was rarely challenged. David Duvall came the closest as he tied Tiger on hole 15 but Tiger quickly took the lead back and never relented. Duvall finished in 2nd at -14 and Phil Mickelson's 70 final round earned him 3rd at -13 overall.
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