Woods capitalizes on 3rd-round gaffes, pulls into 5-way tie for Bay Hill lead
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Arnold Palmer was walking into the locker room Saturday morning at Bay Hill when he bumped into Tiger Woods, who recently surpassed him on the PGA Tour's career victory list by winning every tournament since September.
"He told me to get off my butt and play a good round," Woods said.
He responded with birdies on the three toughest holes at Bay Hill for a 4-under 66 and a five-way tie for the lead. The King must have said something to Mother Nature, too, for blustery ...
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