Tiger Woods won a golf game today for for the first time in more than two years!

The professional golfer hasn’t won a game since his life and career came crashing down two years ago after he got caught up in a huge cheating scandal, that resulted in a ton of negative media attention and a divorce from his wife Elin Nordegren.

But all of that changed today when Woods won the Chevron World Challnge Sunday, his first victory in 749 days, USA Today reports. “It feels great,” Woods said. “It was a lot of fun coming down the stretch. I hit two good putts on the last two holes.”

Today’s victory makes Woods’ 93rd win worldwide, and the fifth time he’s won the Chevron World Challenge, which he hosts for his foundation.

Woods closed with 3-under-par 69 to wind up at 10-under 278, and donated the $1.2 million generated from the charity event to his foundation.

After today’s big win, Woods is now ranked #21 in the world ranking, up from 52. His next game is in January in Abu Dhabai.

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