He’s back. Tiger Woods sank a six-foot birdie putt on the last hole to win his first tournament in two years Sunday. At the start of the final day of the Chevron World Challenge—which the golfer hosts—Woods trailed American Zach Johnson by one stroke. After clinching the victory, Woods did his signature fist pump, something his fans haven’t seen in quite a while. It’s the 95th win of his career, and first since the 2009 Australian Open.