Tom Brady Reacts To Tiger Woods’ Win At The Masters

Tiger Woods was the brightest star in sports Sunday as he returned to the green jacket at the Masters. A great number of athletes reacted upon his emotional return, including Tom Brady. Guess what happens when greatness recognizes greatness…

TB12 won the Internet with his congratulatory tweet. He is really active on social networks.

“Running the numbers on how long it’ll take me to get to 15,” Brady wrote.

Brady has six Lombardi Trophies and Woods has 15 major tournament championship. He wasn’t the only athlete to congratulate Woods.

“Greatest comeback story in sports! Congrats @TigerWoods Let me hold one of those 5 jackets one time!” Stephen Curry tweeted.

“Nobody holds the entire viewing audience of their sport in the palm of their hand the way Tiger Woods does. It’s truly incredible. #TheMasters” JJ Watt wrote.

“What a great moment for the game of golf. I’m so impressed by @TigerWoods‘ incredible performance, and I’m so happy for him to capture another Green Jacket. Truly a special day that will go down in history. Congratulations, Tiger! #rematch” wrote Phil Mickelson.

Woods was filled with emotions.

“It’s overwhelming,” Woods told Jim Nantz after the big win. “Because of what has transpired, last year I was just very lucky to be playing again. The previous champions dinner, I was really struggling. I missed a couple of years of not playing in this great tournament. Now being the champion, 22 years between wins is a long time. It’s unreal for me to experience this. My mom was here. She was here in 97 as well. I couldn’t be more happy and more excited. I’m kind of at a loss for words, really.”

“I was as patient as I’ve been in a number of years out there, especially the last three days. The way I was plodding my way across the golf course, kept in control of my emotions, my shots, my shot placement. To see that board, it was a who’s who and it all flipped at 12.”

Woods finished at 14-under, and collected career major No. 15 at his greatest course while putting an end to the 11-year drought between major champoonships.

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