Arnold Palmer Invitational

March 24, 2012 by staff 

Arnold Palmer Invitational, One half of today’s final pairing at the Arnold Palmer Invitational already has six trophies from this tournament — fully one-twelfth of his collection of 71 PGA Tour wins. Fourteen others came from major championships. That, of course, would be Tiger Woods. But he’s not the one with the most recent experience of competing with a weekend lead.

Charlie Wi led after each of the first three rounds of last month’s Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, including a three-shot cushion that he took into the final day. Phil Mickelson’s blazing 64 wound up relegating him to second, keeping Wi winless in the big leagues.

As for Woods, the last time he took a lead into a weekend round came in January, when he shared the 54-hole lead with England’s Robert Rock in Abu Dhabi. Rock triumphed as Woods shot a closing 72.

Nor could Woods cash in a 36-hole lead at last year’s Australian Open. The last time he held an overnight lead on the PGA Tour was midway through the 2009 FedEx Cup finale; Mickelson won, though Woods wrapped up the Cup.

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