The Links: Tiger Woods comes home to Bay Hill
Get to know Lindsey Vonn, Boo Weekley's putting and what Arnold Palmer won't let his grandson do.
Why the Arnold Palmer Invitational is a homecoming for Tiger Woods:
Orlando, of course, used to be Tiger's hometown. He moved here in 1996, right after turning pro. And Isleworth in nearby Windermere is where one of the most shocking downfalls in the history of sports began in the wee hours of Nov. 27, 2009, when Woods' car found a fire hydrant in his gated community. (GolfDigest)
Brandt Snedeker on his rib injury: "I had about every test run you can possibly have run. The good news is I'm completely healthy. The bad news is I'm completely healthy. So I don't know why it keeps happening." (AP)
Bryan Curtis with a humorous, good look at the Tiger Woods/Lindsey Vonn relationship. (Grantland)
Arnold Palmer won't give his own grandson an exemption into the Arnold Palmer Invitational. (Golf Channel)
Nicolas Colsaerts is really excited about playing Augusta National. (Augusta Chronicle)
Lee Westwood: "It doesn’t bother me a bit turning 40 or that people say I’ve only one chance if I want to win a major before I turn 40. That would be putting a bit of pressure on myself. No, I try hard year every year,” (Augusta Chronicle)
How Boo Weekley improved his putting. (Golf Channel)
Something you might not know: Tiger's dad always called him "Sam." (Golf WRX)
Get to know Lindsey Vonn. (Golf Channel)
"Do Paulina and DJ have someone follow them around just to take pictures?" (GolfDigest)
A 12-year-old qualified for a European Tour event. Yes -- 12! (Golf Channel)
Construction (finally) begins on the Olympic golf course in Brazil. (Golf.com)
I want that Oklahoma State putter grip. (Golf WRX)
Is Tiger Woods going to put the new Nike Covert driver into play this weekend? (Golf WRX)
How big is Jason Dufner's dip??
Rickie Fowler (@RickieFowlerPGA) March 20, 2013
Tiger Woods highlights from last year's Bay Hill win.
Good feature on Billy Horschel.
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