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Victorious Tiger Races Into His Past

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Tiger Woods won the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday. It was his first official PGA Tour win since the 2009 BMW Championship and seventh victory at Bay Hill. The victory ends a 28-month winless streak on the PGA Tour, the longest of his 16-year professional career.

Starting his final round with a 1-shot lead over McDowell, the 36-year-old former Stanford star had a 3-under par 33 on his front nine to make the turn with a 4-shot lead over McDowell. Looking slightly less assured, Woods shot a 1-over par 37 on the back nine. But McDowell never mounted a real charge.

Woods' final round 2-under-par 70 and 13 under total was good...

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