A glance at fourth round of the Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. — A glance at the fourth round of the Masters:

WINNER: Tiger Woods shot a 2-under 70 to finish with a 13-under 275 total, winning the Masters for the fifth time and capturing his 15th major championship.

SO CLOSE: Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka finished one stroke behind, while the group at 11 under included Jason Day, Webb Simpson, Francesco Molinari and Tony Finau.

NOTABLE: Woods set a record for the longest period between Masters wins. It had been 14 years since his last victory in 2005, beating the mark of 13 years held by Gary Player (1961-74).

JACK IN HIS SIGHTS: Woods' victory is sure to renew the debate over whether he can break the record for major championships. He's now three behind Jack Nicklaus,

RALLY KING: For the first time, Woods rallied to win on the final day of a major championship. He began the day two shots behind Molinari.

NEW FAVORITE: Woods instantly became the betting favorite for the next major, the PGA Championship at Bethpage next month. Las Vegas also established him as an 8-1 favorite in next year's Masters, for those who want to get in an early eager.

WATERWORLD: Four of six players in the last two groups dumped tee shots in the water at perilous 12th hole in the heart of Amen Corner. Koepka, Molinari, Finau and Ian Poulter all wound up with double bogeys.

QUOTABLE: "Just unreal, to be honest with you. The whole tournament has meant so much to me over the years. Coming here in '95 for the first time, and being able to play as an amateur, winning in '97, and then come full circle, 22 years later, to be able to do it again, and just the way it all transpired." — Woods.

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