Tiger Woods has not won an official PGA tournament in two years. On Sunday, he teed off in the final group at the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a chance to make a big statement in his final tune-up for the 2012 Masters.
Woods entered the final round with a one-shot lead, and after one bad hole at the end of his third round, he's looked strong so far on Sunday. Woods has shot one-under through his first five holes and opened up a three-shot lead on Graeme McDowell, who double-bogeyed on his first hole.
I like the way Tiger is swinging the driver. If he keeps the ball in play like this he's gonna be tough to beat. Today or any other.— Alan Shipnuck (@AlanShipnuck) March 25, 2012
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