Interruption well-timed for Els

Originally Published: March 28, 2010
By Bob Harig | ESPN.com

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Ultimately, he might get the prize he seeks, leave Florida with the confidence he craves and be one of the biggest topics -- outside of Tiger Woods, of course -- heading into the Masters.

But for now, Ernie Els has several fretful hours ahead of him, with four more frightful holes to play at the Bay Hill Club & Lodge on Monday morning -- weather permitting -- before he can lay claim to his second victory in as many tournaments on the PGA Tour.

Els ...

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