Two Plus Years Later, Tiger Finally Wins Again
Tiger Woods cruised to a three-stroke victory this weekend at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Invitational.
Woods wins for the first time in 30 months
For most golfers on the professional circuit, winning once every thirty months during a career would be a singular accomplishment, but for the fans and followers of Tiger Woods, he is expected to win virtually every time he tees it up in a tournament.
Tiger won the Arnold Palmer Invitational at the Bay Hill Club in Florida yesterday, March 25th, and put to rest the fears among some that he would never win again. And he did it in typical Tigeresque style, coasting to a three-shot victory while hitting his drives down the middle, fashioning iron shots that left him with a chance for birdie on nearly every hole, and making virtually every put he had that was under ten feet in length.
Tiger's victory is his first tour win since the infamous car wreck on Thanksgiving night, 2009, and the sex scandal that erupted in the wake of that event. Since then he has had to deal as well with a serious knee injury which kept him out of action for most of last year. Now, all of that seems behind him. He's healthy and he is ready to take on all comers again. Don't bet against Tiger ending up surpassing Jack Nicklaus' record of winning eighteen major tournaments.