TIGER WOODS: WINS FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2009 SEX SCANDAL
ORLANDO, Florida (AP) -- It had been 923 days and 27 PGA Tour events since Tiger Woods had won a golf event. That streak is now over, as he took home the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. Woods closed out the tourney with a 2-under-7, winning by five shots over the runner-up. The win comes two weeks after Woods quit a tournament with an achilles tendon injury that led some to wonder if he might ever regain his place among golf's elite players. And with Woods finally recapturing his winning ways, he looks capable of resuming his pursuit of Jack Nicklaus' record when the Masters rolls around in two weeks. The win moves Woods to number six in the world. It's the first time he's been in the top 10 since May 22.