Published On: Mar 26 2012 12:19:45 PM EDTUpdated On: Jul 02 2012 10:47:54 AM EDT
Tiger Woods moved past Jack Nicklaus on the career PGA title list with his 74th Tour victory Sunday. Take a look at the golf pro's highs and lows over the years.
Still an amateur, Tiger Woods putts on the seventh green in Augusta, Ga., during a practice round with Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer in 1996.
Woods is given the victor's green jacket by Nick Faldo after winning the Masters in record form in 1997 -- his first major. Woods, 21, is the youngest-ever winner and finished with a course Masters record 270.
Woods tees off on the 11th hole as Europeans Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie watch during Woods' first Ryder Cup in 1997.
Woods and his girlfriend, Joanna Jagoda, walk to the official ceremony for the Presidents Cup at Australia's Royal Melbourne Golf Club in 1998.
Woods holds up the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the 1999 PGA Championship by one stroke over Spain's Sergio Garcia.
2000 was a good year for Tiger. He won the U.S. Open in June that year by 15 strokes -- his first of three majors victories.
Woods won the 2000 British Open by the largest margin in modern times with a score of 269 at 19 under par.
Woods defeated Bob May in a three-hole playoff in 2000 to win back-to-back PGA Championships.
Tiger is emotional after winning his second Masters title in 2001.
Elin Nordegren enters the picture as Tiger's girlfriend in 2002. Here she follows Woods during first round play at the 2002 Masters.
Woods won his third Masters title in 2002 as defending champion.
Tiger became the first player since Jack Nicklaus to win the first two majors of the year when he captured the 2002 U.S. Open.
Woods and Nordegren leave the opening ceremony of the 34th Ryder Cup in 2002.
In November 2003, Woods and Nordegren become engaged.
The pair wed in October 2004 at a resort in Barbados, where Elin is seen coming ashore in a private boat.
Woods celebrates after winning his fourth Masters title in 2005.
Tiger places his ball on the first green during the 2005 British Open, which he later won.
Woods cries with his caddy Steve Williams after winning the 2006 British Open.
Woods poses with the Wanamaker trophy after winning the 2006 PGA Championship in Medinah, Ill.
Woods repeated as winner of the PGA Championship in 2007.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning talks with Woods after Manning's game against the Miami Dolphins in September 2009.
In November 2009, police are called to Woods' Florida home after he smashed his Cadillac Escalade into a tree and fire hydrant while backing out of his driveway. The accident occurred days after news of Woods' infidelity first broke.
Woods pauses in February 2010 as he delivers a statement during a press conference before friends and family about his affairs with multiple women.
After a brief hiatus following the infidelity scandal and his subsequent divorce, Woods returned to golf at the 2010 Masters, where he tied for fourth.
Woods struggled in his comeback and failed to win a single tourney in 2011.
In July of 2011, he fired his longtime caddy Steve Williams.
After 923 days and 26 tour events, Woods finally ended his PGA drought with a win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.