It’s been over two years since Tiger Woods won a PGA Tour event — 30 months to be exact — and the golfer finally took home the title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, FL after finishing 13-under 275, winning by five strokes.

“It does feel good. It feels really good,” Woods told the AP about his win. “I am excited, no doubt,” he continued. “I’m looking forward to the momentum I’ve built here.”

Woods’ latest win marks the pro-golfer’s first PGA Tour win since the 2009 BMW Championship in Chicago, which was just months before the big sex scandal erupted that temporarily derailed his career and caused him to lose some major endorsements, his wife Elin Nordegren and the $100 million she pocketed after the divorce.

According to TMZ, Woods won the Chevron World Challenge last December, but it’s not a PGA event and Tiger is the host of the event and always donates his winnings to his own charity.

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