PGAORLANDO, Fla. -- The last time Ernie Els won back-to-back PGA Tour outings was in 2003.
After seven years, what's one more day?
Els will return to Bay Hill Club and Lodge Monday morning hoping to hold on to the Arnold Palmer Invitational final-round lead he owned when a monster storm moved over Central Florida Sunday afternoon and suspended play.
If he does, it will be the 40-year-old's second straight victory after winning only once previously since 2004.
Tiger Woods began the day at Bay Hill 11-under par with a one stroke lead over Graeme McDowell. He finished the day five strokes ahead of McDowell and won the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a 13-under par performance. More » Read Post
PGA ORLANDO, Fla. -- Thirteen PGA Tour events this year have produced 13 different tournament champions. The winners have ranged from world No. 2 Steve Stricker to uncelebrated rookie Derek Lamely. The absence of Tiger Woods was exp... Read Post