Tiger Woods wins at Bay Hill. (Keith Allison/Flickr)
In fading light, Tiger Woods sank a 16-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to win his sixth Arnold Palmer Invitational. I doubt if anyone was surprised. Shocked, perhaps (Sean O’Hair, for example), but not surprised.
He’s back now. As my wife said when that final putt rolled into the cup, “It’s like it’s not fair.”
−The Armchair Golfer
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Both my wife and I sat there and said, ‘How often have we seen this before?’
I have to admit that I’m not sick of watching him win yet. The show must go on. LOL.
Woods set up a great storyline for the Masters.
A great tournament all around…O’Hair played great and even took a shot that unfortunately found the water.
Love Mr. O’Hair and can’t wait to see him get his big W, but I can’t help but get excited about Mr. Woods. I just get chills every time he sinks that winning putt.
It probably doesn’t seem fair, especially to the other players, but it should just give them something to strive towards.
I never get sick of seeing Tiger at his best … and he doesnt look like retiring anytime soon.