BBC Sport - Tiger Woods: Five ways he changed golf

Five ways Tiger Woods changed golf

BBC Sport examines the impact Tiger Woods has had on golf since turning professional in 1996.

A 21-year old Woods announced himself on the world stage by winning the 1997 Masters by a record 12 strokes - three more than the previous record, held by Jack Nicklaus.

His final four-round score was 270 strokes, 18 under par, which is still the tournament record.

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