Arnold Palmer Invitational 2013, PGA Tour, Photos

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Tiger Woods started his round on Monday with a three-shot lead on playing partner Rickie Fowler (in orange).
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Woods and Arnold Palmer shared a laugh during the trophy presentation. Woods has won Palmer's event eight times, which ties a PGA Tour record for victories at a single event.
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Woods's next event will be The Masters.
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With the win, Woods returned to No. 1 first time since the final week of October 2010.
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No one got closer than two shots to Woods's lead during the final round.
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Woods shot a two-under 70 to win by two shots.
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Fowler birdied holes 9, 12 and 14 to put pressure on Woods. But Fowler made a triple-bogey 8 on the 16th hole and finished tied for third.
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On Sunday afternoon a storm ripped through Bay Hill, causing damage around the course and delaying the final round until Monday. Here, a scoreboard has toppled over behind the first tee.
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Spectators huddled under a tent alongside the first hole as the thunderstorm passed.
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Lightning struck in the distance as spectators left the course.
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After the storm cleared, photographers flocked to the course to assess the damage.
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Tiger Woods birdied his second hole of the day to extend his lead to three shots heading into Monday.
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Woods and caddie Joe LaCava were escorted to an awaiting vehicle off the second green after players were called off the course during the storm.
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Tiger Woods fired a six-under 66 to build a two-shot lead heading into the final round at Bay Hill.
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If he wins on Sunday, Woods will take back the No. 1 ranking from Rory McIlroy.
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Woods just missed a birdie putt on 17.
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Justin Rose was in control for most of the day, but he bogeyed three of the last six holes to fall two shots behind Woods.
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Rickie Fowler will be in the final group with Woods after a second-straight 67.
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John Huh shot a one-under 71 to move into a tie for second.
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Bill Haas made two double bogeys in his round of one-over 73.
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Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano made an eagle, four birdies and two bogeys for a 68.
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Vijay Singh made four bogeys and a birdie for a 75.
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Ken Duke birdied two of the last four holes for a 70.
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Sergio Garcia bogeyed three of the last four holes for a 73.
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Tiger Woods was one shot off the lead until he finished with three straight bogeys. He is four shots back heading into the weekend.
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Woods made an eagle, three birdies and three bogeys for a two-under 70.
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If Woods wins this week, he will take back the No. 1 ranking from Rory McIlroy.
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Justin Rose bogeyed the 18th to drop back into a share of the lead with Bill Haas.
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Haas fired a bogey-free 66 on Friday morning.
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Phil Mickelson missed the cut after shooting a seven-over 79.
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Brandt Snedeker also missed the cut in his first start in five weeks. Snedeker is recovering from a rib injury.
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Sergio Garcia made an eagle, four birdies and three bogeys for a three-under 69.
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Keegan Bradley made six birdies and three bogeys for a 69.
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Graeme McDowell shot a two-over 74 to barely make the cut.
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Lee Westwood's round was undone by a triple bogey on the par-4 third hole. He finished with a 75.
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Ian Poulter made four birdies on the back nine to rally for a three-under 69.
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Rickie Fowler, who has been struggling with a back injury, fired a bogey-free 67.
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Jason Dufner missed the cut after rounds of 71 and 77.
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Ryo Ishikawa opened with a three-under 69, but he stumbled to a 77 on Friday.
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Tiger Woods got off to a good start Thursday at Bay Hill, shooting an opening-round three-under 69.
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Woods, the defending champion, has won the Arnold Palmer Invitational seven times.
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Woods already has two wins in the young 2013 season.
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Justin Rose opened with an impressive seven-under 65. He leads by two shots over John Huh.
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Rose is currently ranked No. 5 in the world.
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Phil Mickelson had a wild round of 73 that included seven bogeys, four birdies, and an eagle.
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Mickelson won the Phoenix Open last month.
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Brandt Snedeker struggled to a 76 in his first round back from an injury that kept him out of several tournaments.
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Snedeker has four top-3 finishes in five events in 2013, including a victory in his last start at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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Lee Westwood shot a one-under 71.
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Ernie Els struggled to an opening-round 75.
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Charley Hoffman matched Tiger's 69.
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Matt Jones opened with a 71.
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Kevin Chappell made six bogeys and a double bogey to shoot a 79.
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John Rollins was closest to Rose early after shooting a 68.
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Ian Poulter shot a 72.