A Moment We’ll Never Forget
Every golfer remembers where they were when Tiger Woods secured his 81st Tour win and 15th major last year in Augusta. We all have a story of what we were doing, who we were with and how it made us feel.
With the final round re-airing this Sunday, now we all have the chance to relive that unforgettable moment.
To celebrate, we’re giving you the opportunity to win one of three special prizes:
- A set of P•7TW irons built to Tiger’s major-winning specs
- An exclusive set of MG Wedges (56° & 60°) with Tiger’s custom grind, similar to his major-winning specs
- A signed pin flag commemorating Tiger’s 15th major championship
A Masterful Display
Headed to Augusta, there weren’t many firsts left for Tiger to overcome. However, adding to his legacy, this was the first time he came from behind to win a major. As astonishing as it sounds, Tiger either had the outright lead or shared the lead after 54 holes in each of his previous 14 major wins.
Entering the final round 2 shots off the lead, he overtook a stacked leaderboard by methodically picking apart the course he knows better than most with his bag full of TaylorMade clubs.
Much like the entire week, his final round was defined by precision iron play. Across the four days he led the field hitting 80.5% percent of Greens in Regulation – bolstered by the final round where he hit 15/18 greens.
As you re-watch the masterful display, focus in on these marquee iron shots:
- Turning the Tide – Coming off consecutive bogeys at holes 4 and 5, Tiger carves a low cutting 8-iron into the 7th green. It comes to rest 2ft from the pin for a tap in birdie. His P•7TW irons are engineered with tungsten weights to give Tiger the feel he demands, while helping him hit exact windows and trajectories.
- That Sound… – The sound of Tiger’s crisply struck 7-iron echoed through the Georgia pines at No. 11. Listen closely. It will give you chills.
- What Club was That? – With 240 yards to go into the downhill par-5 15th, Tiger pulls a 5-iron.
- It Should’ve Gone In – The 8-iron was his MVP. Tiger hit it into 9 greens on Sunday – including the par-3 16th. It scared the hole, and it still has nightmares.
With a fifth green jacket in sight, Tiger closed with a 2-under 70 to finish the tournament at 13-under and one shot clear of the field.
After more than two decades, he's still redefining the game and changing our perception of what's possible.