Tiger Woods added to his long list of career accomplishments. Following this weekend’s win at the ZOZO Championship in Japan, Tiger tied Sam Snead for most PGA Tour titles. Tiger accomplished this feat in 66 fewer events than Sam Snead.

Tiger’s first win came way back at the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational. Since then, Tiger has been through an improbable journey. For almost a decade he was considered the best golfer ever to play, then injuries took over his career. For a long time, many people believed Tiger would never return to competitive golf ever again. His win at the Tour Championship and his Masters Championship changed people’s views about Tiger.

Woods was making his first start in over two months. He had just had surgery on his left knee, which was the fifth surgery on that same knee. He was only cleared to practice a month ago. This past Monday, Tiger had competed in a skins event with Jason Day, Hideki Matsuyama, and Rory McIlroy. Tiger struggled immensely in that event. Coming into this event he had not had much success. His three previous starts resulted in a missed cut, a withdrawal and T-37 players in a field of 70.

Tiger started his week off following that trend, as he was three-over through the first three holes. However, Tiger turned his first-round by birding four of his next six holes. Tiger made the turn at one-under-par. He continued his hot streak on the following nine, finishing the first round with a score of six-under-par and a lead going into the second round.

Rain derailed the second round of the championship. Tiger returned on Saturday and fired a consecutive 64 to lead the championship by two strokes heading into the weekend. On Sunday, Tiger started his third round at 8:30 local time and fired a 66, giving him a three-stroke lead heading into the final round. Due to the rainout on Friday, Tiger had a 45-minute break between the completion of his third round and the start of his fourth round. However, that was just plenty of time to get something to eat and to change into his signature Sunday red golf shirt. He managed to get through eleven holes, playing those in two-under-par.

Tiger returned Monday morning to finish his fourth round. He started with a bogey on his first hole and missed a birdie putt on the following hole. Hideki Matsuyama, the solo second-place golfer was trailing Tiger by three at the start of the day, had a birdie chance on the fourteenth hole to cut down Tiger’s led to one stroke. However, Hideki missed the birdie chance and Tiger followed up with a birdie, to push his lead back to three strokes. He went on to par the following three holes. He arrived at the par-five 18th hole with a three-stroke lead. Tiger birdied the 18th hole to capture his 82nd win.

Tiger has not committed to his next event following his win at the ZOZO Championship. This weekends win makes his case tougher for a captain’s pick for the Presidents Cup in December. Woods happens to be the captain of the United States squad and has expressed his interest in playing in that event.

Tiger’s next major record insight is for most major title wins. Jack Nicklaus holds the record with eighteen wins, while Tiger is currently at fifteen wins. Only time will tell if Tiger can add that accomplishment to his stellar career accolades.