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ORLANDO, Florida - Tiger Woods was down to his last shot at Bay Hill, tied for the lead as he measured a 15foot birdie putt. That's when he heard a lone voice among thousands of people packed into the grandstand behind the 18th green.
"Some guy yelled out, 'playoff'," Woods said with a smile.
What was the guy thinking? Maybe he missed the Arnold Palmer Invitational the two times Woods made a 25foot birdie putt on the last hole to win. Perhaps it was his first time to see the world's No. 1 player, and he wasn't aware that Woods has been making big putts like this since he was a teenager.
It could be Woods had been out of golf so long, the man simply wanted to see more of him.
Woods knew the putt was going in when it was a few feet from the hole. He crouched and began to backpedal, then planted on his left knee - more proof the knee is as strong as ever - to wind up and pound his fist like a sledge hammer.
The putt capped a dramatic final hour at Bay Hill that ended in near darkness and reminded golf what it had been missing during Woods' eight-month injury absence. - Sapa-AP