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Graeme McDowell bounced back with a fine closing 69 before the Arnold Palmer Invitational headed for a Monday finish due to severe thunderstorms and a tornado warning.
Graeme McDowell has work to do to be ready for the Masters. Tiger Woods? Not so much.
Graeme McDowell had to produce another grinding performance just to make the cut but he was probably more frustrated than Tiger Woods, who bogeyed the last three holes to fall four strokes behind leaders Justin Rose and Bill Haas in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Graeme McDowell may have the game to compete with Tiger Woods but he needed all his famous fighting qualities just to keep the world No 2 in his sights at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. As for Justin Rose, the Englishman was simply in another league on the greens.
Graeme McDowell had high hopes of spoiling yet another Tiger Woods comeback story but in the end he couldn’t lay a glove on the 14-time major winner in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Graeme McDowell is more worried about taming a US Open style Bay Hill than staring down Tiger Woods in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Graeme McDowell fired a flawless, nine under 63 to exact some revenge on Bay Hill as Tiger Woods and Charlie Wi took command in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
He was at the top of the class for most of 2010 and the early part of this year. But Graeme McDowell suddenly finds himself with a heavy workload as the Masters examination looms large.
Graeme McDowell slumped to an eight over 80 in the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill but conceded that it might be just the “kick in the ass” he needs to get his game in shape for the Masters.
Graeme McDowell can take a giant step towards becoming Ireland’s first world No 1 in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. And his former World Cup partner Paul McGinley is certain he won’t be scared of the opposition in his bid to get there.