Serena and more congratulate Tiger Woods on Masters win

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The unidentified bettor earned a record $1.19 million payout from William Hill after Woods triumphed Sunday at Augusta National following an eventful final round to claim his first major title in nearly 11 years.

William Hill has previously had to fork out seven-figure payouts at its sportsbook in the USA three times, with each of the bets backing the Philadelphia Eagles to beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

Aged 43, Woods became the second-oldest Masters victor, trailing only Jack Nicklaus who won 46 in 1986.

A decade after a marital dispute with his then-wife led to a crushing fall from grace for the golfer ー which was then compounded by years of injuries, surgeries and a public battle with substance abuse ー Woods claimed his first major championship in 11 years, and the 15th of his career. "This is Greatness like no other", Williams wrote on Twitter. DraftKings actually goosed things again on Sunday, when Woods fell several shots back, raising his odds to 15-1. "Congrats @TigerWoods Let me hold one of those 5 jackets one time!" The Olympian's presence got a lot of attention online.

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President Donald Trump and Barack Obama were among those hailing Woods on social media after registering a thrilling and emotional Masters victory on Sunday.

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps was seen in the crowd at the Masters, rooting for Golf icon Tiger Woods. "This is just fantastic!" he tweeted.

Asked about the prospect of equalling or beating the record of Nicklaus, who amazingly also finished runner-up in 19 majors, Woods added: "I really haven't thought about that yet". "What a great moment for the game of golf". "I can't thank my family, friends and fans enough for their support", Woods wrote. I was a little better at the PGA, but still I didn't win.

Woods also tweeted about his win, posting a photo of himself in his green Masters jacket, holding his trophy.