Tiger Woods earned his first win of any kind since 2009 at the Chevron World Challenge on Sunday. The victory was Woods’ first since the ’09 car accident that triggered a personal scandal and forever altered his career.
The winless drought lasted 749 days, 107 weeks and 27 starts. During the drought, Woods got divorced, lost sponsorships, switched coaches and caddies, battled injury and tumbled in the world rankings.
Woods was 10-under for the championship, which was one shot better than overnight leader Zach Johnson.
Woods earned one-point-two-million dollars for the victory, but he donated it to his foundation.
After winning Tiger talked about his long road back:
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