Relive two of Tiger Woods' most memorable putts
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 01/12/16 8:28pm
As Tiger Woods' return to action edges closer, we look back at a couple of the most memorable putts from the 14-time major champion's illustrious career.
Players Championship, 2001
Woods claimed a one-shot victory over Vijay Singh in a Monday finish at TPC Sawgrass, after producing one of the standout moments in the tournament's history.
The highlight of Woods' third-round 66 came at the course's signature par-three 17th, where the American saw his tee shot land on the fringe at the top of the sleep slope around the green.
Woods' birdie try from long range rolled slowly across the 17th green, breaking from right to left before winding back around and trickling in to the cup.
US Open, 2008
Woods took a one-shot lead into the final round but trailed Rocco Mediate heading to the par-five last at Torrey Pines, where he hit his tee shot into a bunker and his second into the rough.
After reaching the green with his approach, Woods left himself a 12-foot birdie chance to move alongside Mediate and force an 18-hole play-off.
His putt broke to the right and clipped the edge on its way to dropping in, with Woods going on to claim victory in a sudden death play-off - the last of his 14 major titles.
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