Found March 27, 2012 on Extra Pine Tar:
Fifteen years from now, maybe we'll think of  the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday as the opening scene of the second act to the greatest career in golf history. It sure felt like it was the start of something special. Starting the day with a one stroke lead over Graeme McDowell, Tiger Woods suddenly turned back the clock and did what he always did when he used to have a 54-hole lead - win the tournament. Tiger ended up shooting a 2-under par 70, and he won comfortably - almost dominantly - over the rest of the field. It was a five-shot victory, and it was done in such typical pre-fire hydrant Tiger fashion that the outcome was barely ever in doubt. It had all the elements of a vintage Tiger Woods win. He took care of business with the lead. His playing partner, McDowell, wilted, missing putt after putt to shoot 74. The rest of the field followed suit, shrinking away from the man at the top. Ian Poulter, the man who once said that there would b...
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