Masters countdown - 4 days to go: Tiger Woods' 'Tiger Slam' hits 20th anniversary
With four days to go until the 2021 Masters, we take a look back at an historic victory for Tiger Woods at Augusta National in 2001 as he took possession of all four major titles at the same time; watch The Masters live on Sky Sports The Masters
Last Updated: 05/04/21 7:04am
This year's Masters marks the 20th anniversary of Tiger Woods completing arguably golf's greatest-ever achievement at Augusta National.
Already the defending champion at the US Open, Open Championship and PGA Championship, Woods sealed the 'Tiger Slam' of holding all four majors by claiming a two-shot victory in Georgia.
After an opening-round 70 left the American five adrift of early pacesetter Chris Di Marco, Woods followed a six-under 66 with back-to-back 68s to see off a final-day challenge from David Duval and Phil Mickelson.
Woods went into the back nine with a one-shot advantage but found himself alongside Duval at the top of the leaderboard with three holes to play.
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A par at the 16th as Duval and Mickelson ran up bogeys restored Woods' narrow cushion, before a birdie at the last confirmed golfing history.
"I don't think I have ever accomplished anything this great," Woods said afterwards. Will his achievement ever be matched again?
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