No. 1: 1997 Masters
Tiger Woods won the 1997 Masters, his first major, by a remarkable 12 shots over his closest competitor.
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No. 2: 1999 PGA Championship
Woods won his second major, the 1999 PGA Championship at Medinah Country Club, by holding off Sergio Garcia on Sunday.
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No. 3: 2000 U.S. Open
Tiger won his country's national championship for the first time in 2000. He won by the largest margin ever in a major -- 15 strokes.
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No. 4: 2000 British Open
Woods brought the Old Course at St. Andrews to its knees during the 2000 British Open, winning by eight shots over Ernie Els and Thomas Bjorn.
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No. 5: 2000 PGA Championship
At Valhalla Country Club in Louisville, Ky., Woods was pushed to the limit by Bob May but won a three-hole playoff to successfully defend his PGA Championship title in 2000.
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No. 6: 2001 Masters
With two of his main rivals in hot pursuit, Tiger Woods won the 2001 Masters to complete the Tiger Slam. He beat David Duval by two shots and Phil Mickelson by three.
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No. 7: 2002 Masters
Whether he was on the fairway or in the trees at Augusta National, Woods made all the right moves to earn his third green jacket in 2002, winning by three shots over Retief Goosen.
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No. 8: 2002 U.S. Open
For the first time, the U.S. Open was played on a municipal course, Bethpage Black, in 2002. On one of the toughest courses Tour players had ever faced, Woods held off Phil Mickelson to win by three shots.
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No. 9: 2005 Masters
Tiger Woods won his fourth Masters title by sinking a 15-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole against Chris DiMarco in 2005.
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No. 10: 2005 British Open
The British Open returned to the home of golf, St. Andrews, in 2005, and once again Woods was in top form. He won the claret jug for a second time with a five-shot margin of victory over second-place Colin Montgomerie.
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No. 11: 2006 British Open
An emotional Tiger Woods broke down after winning the 2006 British Open at Royal Liverpool. It was the first victory for Woods after the death of his father, Earl, in May.
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No. 12: 2006 PGA Championship
Returning to Medinah in 2006, the site of his first PGA Championship win, Tiger Woods was victorious again. Paired with Luke Donald in the last group on Sunday, he pulled away from the field with early birdies and cruised to his 12th major title.
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No. 13: 2007 PGA Championship
Tiger Woods won his 13th major at the 2007 PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa.
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No. 14: 2008 U.S. Open
In his self-described greatest major championship victory, Woods fought through a torn ACL and multiple stress fractures in his left leg to defeat Rocco Mediate on the 19th hole of a Monday playoff at the first ever U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.