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Just finishing the Masters Tournament on Sunday made Tiger Woods’ return to major competition triumphant.

But he had his rough moments in the final round. After hitting a ball into flowering shrubs on the 13th hole at Augusta, Woods had to hit a shot left-handed.

The ball stopped several feet past the hole, but he still salvaged par.

The five-time Masters champ finished the fourth round 6-over at 78, putting him 13-over for the tournament, 23 strokes behind first-time winner Scottie Scheffler.

But for an athlete who nearly lost his leg in a car wreck last year, his comeback was remarkable.

Check out the crowd’s appreciation as Woods walked toward the green on the 18th hole.

“It was an unbelievable feeling,” Woods said.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.