The unbelievable Tiger Woods back nine scorecard from Masters 2020 in his last round before near-fatal car crash

TIGER WOODS had quite the eventful back nine in his final Masters campaign prior to a horror car crash 14 months ago.

The 46-year-old missed the 2021 edition after suffering serious leg injuries in the accident, but has confirmed he WILL be playing this year in a miracle comeback.

In fact, the 2020 tournament was the last PGA event Woods played before his near-fatal accident some three months later.

And his scorecard from the Covid delayed edition, won by Dustin Johnson with Woods the defending champion, is quite something to behold.

On his final round of the week, Woods birdied FIVE out of the last six holes to eventually finish T38.

But he still hit a four over par round of 76.

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That's largely thanks to scoring TEN on the par three 12th hole, the highest number he has scored on a single hole in his entire career.

Woods capitulated at the midway point of Amen Corner back in 2020 – sending THREE shots into the water at Rae's Creek.

But he headed back to Augusta at the start of the week to get some practice in with the view to making a remarkable comeback.

Woods initially promised a "game time" decision on whether he would play, before revealing on Tuesday that he has declared for the event.

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He has been grouped alongside Louis Oosthuizen and Joaquin Niemann for his big return on Thursday, and will tee off at 3:34pm (GMT).

Confirming his planned participation just 14 months after nearly having a leg amputated following his crash, the American said: “As of right now, I feel like I am going to play. I'm going to play nine more holes tomorrow. 

“My recovery has been good. I've been very excited about how I've recovered each and every day, and that's been the challenge. 

“That's why I came up here and tested it out for 27 holes because we played the par-3 course as well. But it's about the recovery. 

“How am I going to get all the swelling out and recover for the next day? 

“My team has been fantastic and worked very hard. So we've got another day of nine more holes and then come game time.”

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