Tiger Woods: 30 Best Wins of His Career

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Feb 4, 2015; La Jolla, CA, USA; Tiger Woods smiles as he walks up the fourth tee box during a practice round for the Farmers Insurance Open at the Torrey Pines South Course. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Tiger Woods will go down as one of the greatest golfers of all time, so let’s take a look at some of the greatest wins throughout his career.

Tiger Woods is arguably the greatest golfer ever to play the game and has a highlight reel of a career to prove it. He may be in the declining years, but he’s certainly left his mark on the game and helped it grow to where it is today. Now the young guns like Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are taking over and grew up idolizing Big Cat.

Woods’ illustrious career includes 14 majors and 106 professional wins with 79 of those wins coming on the PGA TOUR. In his 20 year career, Woods has dominated tournament after tournament showing off his signature fist pump and flashing his iconic smile.

With so many wins under his belt, it’s hard to determine which one was the best of his career. He won the Masters by 12 strokes at the age of 21 and won the U.S. Open on a broken leg. In between those victories, he won 12 more majors and even completed the Tiger Slam by becoming the first person to win four majors in a row.

His name is forever ingrained in the record books, and he’s still got his eyes set on two more records. Whether you think he can do it or not, Tiger’s still chasing after Jack Nicklaus’ major record of 18 and Sam Snead’s record of most wins on TOUR with 82. At the age of 39, he still needs four more majors and three more wins to tie both records.

While Woods is busy chasing after more history, it’s only appropriate that we look back on the prestigious career he’s put together. With over 100 professional wins, it’s difficult to pick one out individually and say that was the best of his career. With that said, I’ve attempted to do just that.

Here’s a look at 30 of the best victories Tiger Woods has ever had.

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