Tiger Woods' drought from winning a PGA event is over.
Woods won the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the seventh time in his career.
Walking up to the 18th green Woods was applauded by an enormous crowd all anxious to witness Tiger's triumphant return to the level everyone has grown to expect. Wearing his Sunday red shirt, Tiger gave a fist pump and shed the burden of not winning on tour for nearly two and a half years.
"It does feel good," Woods said. "It feels really good. A lot of hard work."
The victory vaulted Woods back into the world's 10 top-ranked players for the first time in almost a year. Many oddsmakers have listed Woods as their odds-on favorite to win the Masters Tournament in two weeks.