Arnold Palmer Invitational finish delayed until Monday
The weather got scary for a while at Bay Hill on Sunday and play was suspended for the day at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Only Mother Nature could keep Tiger Woods from his eighth Arnold Palmer Invitational victory on Sunday afternoon at Bay Hill.
Woods made it through two holes (one par and one birdie) and extended his lead to three shots over Ken Duke, John Huh, Keegan Bradley and Rickie Fowler at 12 under before the horn blew and the rain and wind descended on Orlando, Fla. Play was suspended for the day and will resume at 10 a.m. ET on Monday.
It got a little scary for a while:
Been in Oklahoma 19 yearsbut I just rode out my first tornado in Orlando Florida. Wow.— Bo Van Pelt (@bovanpelt) March 24, 2013
And the course was obviously unplayable. This video shows just how bad it got:
And how about this from Doug Ferguson? A fish!
Can tell you this is the first time I've seen a fish in the middle of 18 fairway. twitpic.com/ce3jhn— Doug Ferguson (@dougferguson405) March 24, 2013
Woods is seeking win No. 3 of the 2013 season. The forecast in Orlando for Monday is sunny and 70 degrees.
I hope Woods packed two red shirts.
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