Masters Moments: Tiger Woods’ chip-in from 2005 win at Augusta | Golf News Posted on November 20, 2020 By admin Posted in burpcykcyTagged 上海200的快餐, 上海千花 女生自荐, 上海哪里还能TY, 上海夜网B, 夜上海论坛CZ, 夜上海论坛TQ, 夜上海论坛ZF, 广州不准不开心网, 日本工作室鸡多少一次, 松江比较好的水磨, 爱上海DU, 香草419龙凤 Tiger Woods posted rounds of 74, 66, 65 and 71 to finish on 12 under alongside Chris DiMarco Tiger Woods’ win at the Masters in 2005 was his ninth major victory Ahead of his title defence at The Masters, we take a trip into the Augusta archives to look back at THAT Tiger Woods chip from his 2005 victory. Click on the video above to look back at Woods’ famous Masters chip-in!Watch The Masters this November live on Sky Sports, with all four rounds exclusively live on Sky Sports’ Masters channel. Live coverage beings with Featured Groups from 12.30pm on Thursday November 12. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Get Sky Sports Golf for £10 a month All four days of The Masters exclusively live. Get our £10 golf offer. Find out more here. Ahead of his title defence at The Masters, we take a trip into the Augusta archives to look back at THAT Tiger Woods chip from his 2005 victory. Tiger Woods will have the opportunity to claim a record-equalling sixth victory at Augusta National, 15 years on from delivering one of the most iconic shots in Masters history.The former world No 1 secured his fourth Green Jacket and ninth major title during the 2005 contest, where his victory over Chris DiMarco will always be remembered for a remarkable moment at the par-three 16th.Woods had taken a three-shot lead into the final round but saw his advantage reduced to a single stroke when DiMarco posted back-to-back birdies from 14th, with further drama to come at the next hole. – Advertisement – The ball appeared to be stopping agonisingly short of the target as it almost came to rest on the lip, only to drop in for a miraculous birdie-two and secure one of the most famous chip-ins in major history.Further drama was to follow over the closing two holes as Woods made a bogey-bogey finish to fall back alongside DiMarco and force a play-off, only for Woods to secure victory with a birdie at the first extra hole. – Advertisement – Tiger Woods is a five-time winner at The Masters, following wins in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005 with a 15th major title at Augusta National in the 2019 contest. Watch his title defence live from Thursday November 12 on Sky Sports. By Sky Sports GolfLast Updated: 06/11/20 7:01am 1:06 An over-hit tee-shot put Woods long and in the rough at the back of the 16th green, leaving him some 50-feet from the pin and facing a seemingly tricky up-and-down to stay at 13 under.Woods had other ideas, as he picked the perfect spot on the green – some 20 feet to the left of the hole – and watched his pitch feed down the slope towards the flag.