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Bettor Won More Than $1 Million Thanks To Tiger Woods’ Masters Win

Tiger Woods' Masters win on Sunday is among the greatest comeback stories in sports history. Does it sting? Sure it stings, but it's just part of the business.

The Tiger Woods major watch, stagnant for so long that it had nearly been abandoned, is back on and Jack Nicklaus might yet be proved correct.

Placed at odds of 14-1, the unidentified punter was the recipient of just under £1 million following Woods' first major triumph since 2008. "What a great day for golf!" added McIlroy after an emotional Woods hugged his mother, children and partner Erica Herman after his winning putt. According to Darren Rovell of the Action Network, DraftKings made a big bet of its own against Woods, increasing his odds Saturday, when he was two strokes off the lead, from 3 1/2-1 to 10-1.

Several athletes, including fellow golfers, wrote about Woods. "They definitely beat us today, and hopefully they'll come back".

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The Woods kids snuggled up to their father during a practice round before the 2015 Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

"I thought he had a chance to be competitive", Westgate's Jay Sherman said of Woods, "but I'm a little surprised by him winning, especially with the competition he faced".

"It keeps 18 (majors) in play", Fowler told a small group of reporters amid what for Augusta National amounted to frenzied scenes outside the clubhouse as thousands of spectators congregated hoping to catch a glimpse of the new champion.

Combined with an encore presentation, the final round combined for a 11.1 rating, which would be the best for the final round of The Masters since 2010, when Phil Mickelson won and Woods finished tied for fourth as he returned from a scandal that began with him driving into a fire hydrant. "To me, he is a real guy with super human golf abilities, and in that moment, he had something with his kids that he's never had before". "The GOAT is back", an excited Rob Lowe tweeted.

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