Remember when: Tiger's largest final-round comeback


On Jan. 25, 1998, Tiger Woods rallied from eight shots back in the final round to defeat Ernie Els at the Johnnie Walker Classic. It was Woods' first European Tour victory and proved to be the largest final-round comeback of his career.

Woods was 11 shots back of Els through two rounds and trimmed it to eight through 54 holes. Woods shot 65 in the final round at Blue Canyon C.C., to Els' 73. Woods then won the event in a sudden-death playoff.

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