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One week after a thrilling Valspar Championship in which Tiger Woods nearly nabbed his first win since 2013, we get another monster event in Orlando, Florida, with the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Woods will be in action for the second consecutive week but just his first time at this tournament since 2013 (he won). Joining him will be Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose, among others.
Tiger is — I cannot believe I’m saying this — the favorite to win this week at Bay Hill, and his presence alone makes this a must-watch event. If we get another shootout with, say, him and Day or him and Fowler, the ratings this weekend could shatter even.
Marc Leishman will look to defend his title at the 2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational, but all eyes will be on Tiger Woods, who will make his first appearance at Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida, in five years.
Woods won the title in 2013―his eighth―and went on a steady decline in the following years, but 2018 has seen something of a resurgence for the 42-year-old.
Tiger Woods is in Orlando this week for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. Woods is playing on Tour for the second consecutive week, and the fourth time in five weeks. He is coming off a stellar performance at the Valspar Championship, where he missed out on a playoff by one shot. Woods has won the Arnold Palmer Invitational a record eight times.
Tee times are scheduled to be posted one day before the start of the tournament and can be found. The tournament will run from Thursday through Sunday.
Golf has once again been swept away by the hype that always comes when Woods plays well, courtesy of his second-place finish at the Valspar Championship in Florida.
Punters and fans alike have thrown caution to the wind heading into the Arnold Palmer Invitational; even Rob Bolton of PGATour.com couldn’t help himself, moving Woods to the top of his power rankings.