Here is how Twitter reacted to Tiger Woods winning The Masters

Phil Mickelson hits a drive on the ninth hole during the second round for the Masters golf tournament Friday

The Masters: Tiger Woods chasing victory to break Majors drought

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Citing weather concerns, Augusta National Golf Club has canceled the iconic green jacket ceremony - if the victor of the 83rd edition of the Masters is crowned on Sunday.

Click on the video above to see Woods' winning moment and celebrations! . He lost his health to four back surgeries that left him unable to get out of bed, much less swing a club, and he went two years without even playing a major.

It was the first time Woods won a major when trailing going into the final round, and he needed some help from Francesco Molinari, the 54-hole leader who still was up two shots heading into the heart of Amen Corner.

His former coach Butch Harmon was commentating on Sky at the moment Woods won it and he has lauded his ex-pupil as not the greatest champion - but the greatest player ever.

"At the previous champions dinner I was really struggling and missed a couple of years playing in this great tournament and now be champion with 22 years between the wins".

Tiger Woods was briefly tied for the lead at Augusta National.

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The 43-year-old Woods started Sunday's final round joint second with fellow American Tony Finau, while Molinari was the man to catch, starting the day at 13-under 203.

"What I took from today is that once he had a chance, once Molinari put it on the water on 12, look what he did".

He became the Tiger Woods we love to see and the one everyone fell in love with years ago. And that's when Woods seized control, again with plenty of help.

Woods finished with a two-under 70.

"He's come out the other side".

Patrick Cantlay found his name at the top of the leaderboard before promptly making bogeys at 16 and 17 to fall out of contention, while all the time Woods marched serenely on, his victory sure to spark debate about the greatest sporting comebacks of all time.

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