That, combined with the nature of a comeback story that he has admitted not even he believed possible, made his victory on Sunday at the Masters as celebrated as any we've seen in quite some time. He last won a major tournament in 2008, when he won the U.S. Open.
"It's insane to think a 43-year-old who has experienced every high and every low and has just won his 15th major is chasing the same dream as a 3-year-old", the ad states. "This is just fantastic", Nicklaus said.
Then, with Olympic champion Michael Phelps standing behind him on the tee at the par-3 16th, Woods wrapped things up by sticking an 8-iron within 2 feet of the cup for another birdie and a two-stroke lead.
The ad ends with, "I'm gonna beat Jack Nicklaus". "So, you know, he's got me shaking in my boots, guys". But despite playing his way into Sunday's final group at Augusta National, there's a sportsbook still offering a similar payout if Woods wins.
Bryson DeChambeau worked kudos into a celebration of his first career ace, which happened at the 16th hole on Sunday.