Arnold Palmer Invitational: 3Rd Round Tiger vs.. Gmac – Showdown in Orlando
Orlando, Florida – The statistic is very kind to Tiger Woods. When it comes to generating a lead after 54 orbits a victory, Tiger was 48 times in 52 attempts to pop the champagne corks.
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One of the rare occasions that drew the short straw when Tiger was at the Chevron World Challenge 2010. The winner was a half years ago Graeme McDowell. The Northern Irishman was able to catch Tiger, in a dramatic play-off triumph ultimately. But the Tigers are no longer there in 2010. 2012 witnessed the world a better, more completely revamped version of the former world No. 1.
Actually, Woods would have to be clearer guidance. Only one shot is the thinnest possible cushion on the Tigers can rest for a night. But a child fell into a swoon, a woman screamed and Tiger hit a ball out of bounds. It was just bad timing that led to Woods at the 15th Fairway suffered a double bogey, to the cry rang out just at the moment in which a golfer requires maximum relaxation, namely, during the swing.
“I tried to stop the momentum, but I had the ‘point of no return already passed,” said the tiger mishap.
If Tiger on Sunday once again lose to GMAC, the Europeans could in the Ryder Cup annually establish a historical record, four European tournament victories in a row on the PGA Tour: Rory McIlroy (Honda Classic), Justin Rose (WGC-Cadillac Championship) and Luke Donald (Transitions Championship).
In a very good position to win or maybe hope, the two players who shared third place at eight under par. Ian Poulter could make valuable points in the battle for Ryder Cup places well and Ernie Els needed at least a third to even the field by the U.S. to slide master.