A look at how Tiger Woods has fared in every Masters he's ever played in, dating back to 1995.
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Playing as an amateur and the reigning U.S. Amateur champion, Woods shot 72-72-77-72 to finish at 5 over par. (Getty Images)
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Playing as an amateur and the reigning U.S. Amateur champion, Woods shot 75-75 to miss the cut. (Getty Images)
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Playing in his first Masters as a professional, Woods shot 70-66-65-69 to finish at a record 18 under, 12 strokes clear of second place. (Getty Images)
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As defending champion, Woods shot 71-72-72-70 to finish at 3 under par. six back of good friend Mark O'Meara. (Getty Images)
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Woods shot 72-72-70-75 to finish at 1 over par, nine back of winner Jose Maria Olazabal. (Getty Images)
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The lone major Woods didn't win in 2000. He shot 75-72-68-69 to finish at 4 under, six back of winner Vijay Singh. (Getty Images)
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Woods shot 70-66-68-68 to finish at 16 under par, two clear of David Duval. (Getty Images)
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Woods completed the Tiger Slam, winning his fourth consecutive major. He shot 70-69-66-71 to also become the third player in tournament history to successfully defend his title. (Getty Images)
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Going for a third consecutive green jacket, Woods shot 76-73-66-75 to finish at 2 over, nine back of Mike Weir. (Getty Images)
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Woods shot 75-69-75-71 to finish at 2 over, 11 back of winner Phil Mickelson. (Getty Images)
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Woods defeated Chris DiMarco in a playoff. He shot 74-66-65-71 to finish regulation at 12 under. (Getty Images)
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Woods shot 72-71-71-70 to finish at 4 under, three back of winner Phil Mickelson. (Getty Images)
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Tiger shot 73-74-72-72 to finish at 3 over, only two back of winner Zach Johnson. (Getty Images)
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Woods earned his second consecutive runner-up finish shooting 72-71-68-72. He finished at 5 under, three back of Trevor Immelman.
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Woods shot 70-72-70-68 to finish at 8 under, four back of winner Angel Cabrera. (Getty Images)
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In his first event since his infidelity scandal, Woods shot 68-70-70-69 to finish at 11 under, five back of winner Phil Mickelson. (Getty Images)
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Woods shot 71-66-74-67 to finish at 10 under, four shots back of winner Charl Schwartzel.
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Woods shot 72-75-72-74 to finish at 5 over, 15 shots back of winner Bubba Watson. (Getty Images)
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Known for his infamous drop in Round 2, Woods' 2013 Masters saw rounds of 70-73-70-70. He finished at 5 under, four back of winner Adam Scott. (Getty Images)
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Woods did not compete in 2014 after undergoing microdiscectomy surgery for a pinched nerve in his back. It was the first time he did not play the Masters as a professional. (Getty Images)
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AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 12: Tiger Woods of the United States reacts to a shot from the pine straw on the ninth hole during the final round of the 2015 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 12, 2015 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)
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Because of continued back problems, Tiger Woods did not compete in the 2016 or 2017 Masters.
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In his first Masters since 2015 after returning from back surgery, Woods entered as one of the favorites but struggled with rounds of 73-75-72-69 to finish 1 over for the week, in a tie for 32nd. (Getty Images) (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Tiger Woods of the United States celebrates with the Masters Trophy during the Green Jacket Ceremony after winning the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 14, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
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