By Tom Quiner

Tiger Woods wins the Arnold Palmer Invitational

Love him or hate him, Tiger Woods is back.

He just two-putted the final hole of the Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Tournament to win his first PGA event since his personal life imploded in 2009.

This is a guy who won 71 PGA tournaments in an amazing fifteen year run. But it took him another 30 months to win his seventy-second.

His game is revamped.

His health seems revamped.

The question is: is his personal life revamped?

For golf fans, Woods’ win is exciting news. He is arguably the best golfer ever, or at least one of the two best ever. The second half of his career will definitively determine if he can displace the legendary Jack Nicklaus as golf’s all-time best.

With the Master’s Golf Tourney fast approaching in two weeks, all eyes will be on Tiger to see if he can get back on his quest to win more major tournaments than the Golden Bear.

Love him or hate him, Tiger Woods is back.

And professional golf has just gotten a lot more exciting.

3 Comments

  1. Ethan Hill on March 25, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    Finally!!

  2. Bob Zimmerman on March 26, 2012 at 11:27 am

    Did you just use the words “golf” and “exciting” in the same sentence?! 😉

    • quinersdiner on March 26, 2012 at 11:34 am

      You read correctly. You got a problem with that, Bub? 😉

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