Tiger Woods wins The Masters for the first time since 2005

Tiger Woods in the hunt for the lead at the Masters after sinking six birdies on Day 3 at Augusta

Tiger Woods in the hunt for the lead at the Masters after sinking six birdies on Day 3 at Augusta

The comeback is complete.

When Masters futures were first posted In August, Woods opened as a co-favorite to win the tournament at 12/1 odds along with Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy.

Tiger Woods of the United States celebrates after sinking his putt to win during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 14, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia.

After sinking the par on the 18th, Tiger made a beeline for his son Charlie. He lifted the 10-year-old boy up for a big hug.

Also in attendance was Tiger's mother, Tida, who was given a huge embrace by the newly-minted Masters champion.

The expected fireworks started early as one of the US hopes Finau provided the main plot twist, racing to the top of leaderboard with a sparkling six-under 30 front nine featuring four birdies and an eagle.

Two holes later five players were tied at the top, but Woods' birdie on the long 15th took him clear on his own.

In addition to receiving the legendary green jacket, Tiger Woods will take home $2.07 million in prize money for winning the 2019 Masters.