Monday, March 25, 2013

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

ORLANDO, Florida - Tiger Woods will have to wait another day to try to return to the number 1 in the world.

A few minutes after that Woods made ​​a 10-foot birdie putt on the second hole, a vicious thunderstorm packing winds reaching out to 62 miles / h is lost in the last round of Arnold Palmer Invitational, and destroyed the game until Monday.

Storm by almost 1 ½ inches Bay Hill and formed a small lake in the fairway - not even the fish in the middle of the 18th hoda. Veter broke Tower, 10 green, a pile of metal bars, wood, mesh nets and had a camera in the center of it all.

About an hour after the tornado warning has expired, officials said it would take time to clear the course and leave to drain. The final round was to continue at 10:00 am Eastern time on Monday.

Woods follows his eighth victory of the Bay Hill, which sends it back to the 1st number of the position for the first time last week since 2010.

He hit all six shots Sunday, enough to build a three-shot before Rickie Fowler, Keegan Bradley, if John and Ken Duke.

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