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Photos: A Vintage Tiger Birdies the 72nd Hole at Bellerive

Tiger Woods turned back the clock on Sunday at Bellerive Country Club, firing a final-round 64 to finish runner-up to Brooks Koepka at the 2018 PGA Championship.

The day’s highlight was a final-hole birdie that was vintage Tiger, replete with fist pump and roaring crowd. While the epic putt didn’t result in a storybook ending, it sure felt like it to fans and pundits alike, and it may be looked back at as the turning point that claimed, “Tiger’s Back!”

The PGA of America’s Montana Pritchard captured Woods’ final stroke in what is sure to be an iconic set of photos.

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