ORLANDO, Florida -- Tiger Woods is going to have to wait one more day to try to reclaim No. 1 in the world.
A vicious thunderstorm interrupted the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday after Woods and Rickie Fowler had played just two holes.
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There was no immediate report of damage to Bay Hill. Tournament officials, volunteers and media huddled into corners of the clubhouse until a tornado warning expired.
Woods birdied the second hole and was three shots ahead of Fowler, Keegan Bradley, Justin Rose and
It would be the third time this year that a PGA Tour event did not finish on time. Torrey Pines was delayed until Monday because of fog, and high wind forced the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii to a Tuesday finish.
Tour meteorologist Stewart Williams said there were sustained winds of 50-60 mph. NBC Sports announcer Dan Hicks said on Twitter that five of the fixed cameras on towers blew over.