Tiger Woods wraps up first Masters appearance since 2020, thanks patrons for support

Tiger Woods finished up the fourth and final round at the Masters on Sunday.

He finished toward the bottom of the leaderboard but went through all 72 holes against high-level competition for the first time since he suffered devastating leg injuries in a February 2021 car crash.

Woods received a standing ovation from the Augusta National crowd as he walked up to the 18th green.

“It was an unbelievable feeling to just have the patrons and the support out there,” he told CBS’ Amanda Renner after his final round. “I wasn’t exactly playing my best out there but just to have the support out there and just the appreciation from all the fans … I don’t think words can really describe that given where I was a little over a year ago and what my prospects were at that time, to end up here and being able to play all four rounds … even a month ago I didn’t know if I could pull this off. I think it was a positive. I got some work to do and looking forward to it.”