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Trailing by one hole in Capital One's The Match, Tiger Woods came through in the clutch on the 17th to create a sudden-death situation for the $9 million prize.
While Lefty's tee shot on 17 landed on the green, Woods' landed just off the green. A make on the chip shot would force Mickelson to sink his putt to maintain his one-hole lead.
Woods hit a perfect shot—and out came the iconic Tiger fist pump.
Just like old times.