Tiger Woods won his first Masters in 1997, but that wasn't his first time playing at Augusta. His father, Earl, was with him in 1995 when Tiger made his Masters debut as the reigning U.S. Amateur champion.
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Woods made the cut in 1995, finishing five over and tying for 41st.
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From left: Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Woods during a practice round in 1996. Woods shot 75-75 and missed the cut.
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Woods received his first green jacket from Nick Faldo after shooting a record 18-under 270 in 1997 for his first major championship. The nearest competitor that year was Tom Kite, who finished 12 shots behind Woods.
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Woods won his second Masters in 2001. It was his fourth consecutive major victory and it completed the "Tiger Slam."
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Woods defended his title in 2002, winning his third green jacket by three strokes over Retief Goosen.
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Since Woods won as the defending champion, Augusta National chairman William "Hootie" Johnson had the honor of helping Woods into his green jacket.
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In 2005, Woods holed a miraculous chip shot on the par-3 16th on his way to winning a fourth green jacket. He hasn't won since at Augusta National.
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A year after winning his first major, Phil Mickelson presented Woods with the green jacket.
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Woods snapped his club on a tree on No. 11 during the final round of the 2007 Masters. He tied for second at three over, two shots behind Zach Johnson.
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Woods also finished in second place at the 2008 Masters, three strokes behind Trevor Immelman.
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Woods and Mickelson were paired together in the final round of the 2009 Masters. Both players made a run at the lead on the front nine, but they also both faded down the stretch. Mickelson finished fifth at nine under, one shot better than Woods.
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Woods gave one of the most anticipated press conferences in sports history at the 2010 Masters, his first tournament since his Thanksgiving car accident and ensuing sex scandal the year before. He shot 11 under to tie for fourth.
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Woods shot a final-round 67 to tie for fourth at the 2011 Masters.
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Woods was never in contention in 2012. He tied for 40th, marking the first time since 2004 Woods finished outside the top 10 at Augusta.
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Tiger Woods takes a drop on the 15th hole during the 2013 Masters. He was later assessed a two-stroke penalty for playing an incorrect drop. He finished tied for fourth, four back of eventual champion Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera.
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Tiger Woods walks to the 15th green during the third round of the 2013 Masters. He shot 70-73-70-70 to finish -5. He announced Tuesday he will miss the 2014 Masters while he recovers from successful back surgery.
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