Tiger Woods First Win in Two Years

Nicole Morelli

Two years after his fateful Thanksgiving night car accident that unraveled a string of affairs throughout the past years, Tiger Woods finally entered a tournament and won.

Although it is not a PGA Tour event, the Chevron World Challenge was created and is hosted by Tiger Woods himself to raise money for all of his charities. The event may only involve 18 players, but they are some of the best in their league.

This past Sunday, Woods made a 10-foot birdie putt at the 18th and final hole and added another victory to his list. This latest win against 2007 Masters champion, Zach Johnson, marked Tiger’s fifth win at his own Chevron World Challenge.

As the two players teed off at the seventeenth hole, Johnson was in the lead by a stroke. Wearing his lucky final round red shirt, Tiger managed to birdie the last two holes giving himself the win. “It feels awesome,” Woods said in an interview with the LA Times. “I played well all week.”