Tiger Woods won his fourth green jacket at the 2005 Masters, defeating Chris DiMarco in a playoff. Despite efforts to "Tiger proof" the course, Woods owned Augusta National: The victory was his fourth in nine years. At 29 years old, Woods seemed like a lock to surpass Jack Nicklaus' tournament record of six titles.
Eleven years later, Woods is still seeking his fifth Masters conquest. He's come close since 2005, finishing inside the top 6 on seven occasions. Alas, injury sidelined Woods for the 2014 tournament, and he was an afterthought in 2015 (t-17).
With rehabilitation from surgery putting his 2016 Masters appearance in doubt, it begs the question: Will Tiger Woods win another green jacket?
We asked golf insiders like Jim Nantz, Patrick Reed, Geoff Ogilvy and Jerry Kelly, as well as Hall of Fame athletes like Wayne Gretzky and Larry Fitzgerald, their thoughts on the matter. And though the answers varied, there was a prevailing sentiment:
Never count out Tiger Woods.