Final-round coverage of the 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational will be held on the Golf Channel Monday morning for the 10 a.m. ET restart at Bay Hill. A total of 44 players have not finished their round, including leader Tiger Woods, who will tee off at No. 3.
Heavy rains and torrential winds forced play to be suspended late Sunday afternoon. Tiger (12-under) currently holds a three-shot lead over a flurry of competitors, including Keegan Bradley and Rickie Fowler.
Monday starts are never fun for television viewers, however Tiger seems to prefer them. Everyone remembers the 2008 US Open from Torrey Pines during which Woods held off Rocco Mediate in an exciting 18-hole Monday finish. Woods will try to duplicate the Monday-finish success he had earlier in the year -- also at Torrey Pines -- at the Farmers Insurance Open; the first of his two wins thusfar in 2013.
There is no question Tiger is playing his best golf in years, however he is also getting help from his fellow competitors falling off the leaderboard. Justin Rose held a five-shot lead over Woods at one point during Saturday's third round, however Rose soon squandered that lead quickly.
The weather outlook for Monday near Bay Hill, Florida is considerably better than Sunday, with temperatures expected to be in the mid-70's and partly cloudy with no chance of rain. With 16 holes left to play, the 10 a.m. ET restart should mean that Tiger finishes up around 2 p.m. ET on Monday afternoon.
Here's a current snapshot of the leaders and some other notables early in the final round:
For a full leaderboard, visit Golf.com.