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Lining it up Tiger Woods is favourite for the Arnold Palmer Invitational after an impressive display at the Valspar Championship

Lining it up Tiger Woods is favourite for the Arnold Palmer Invitational after an impressive display at the Valspar Championship

This time, Woods has been the one preaching patience and trying to tamp down expectations while everyone around him gets carried away.

Tiger Woods catches a ball on the 17th hole during the second round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort Copperhead Course March 9, 2018 in Palm Harbor, Florida.

It was his birdie at number seven that fully convinced fans that the old Tiger was back after the 42-year-old holed a staggering putt from 71 feet before brandishing that customary grin that can strike fear into the heart of any opponent.

"You guys are asking different questions than you did when I first came back and that wasn't that long ago, that's two months ago", Woods said after his round in quotes reported by ESPN. As Woods put it last weekend, he will be playing on "a golf course I like".

"From the time I first won there, to the other times I won the Green Jacket".

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But Woods responded with birdies on three of the next four holes, sinking a four-footer at the par-5 fourth and a three-footer at the par-5 sixth to set the stage for his greatest putt of them all.

At the par-3 second, Woods found a bunker but blasted out inches from the cup to save par but stumbled on his next swing, blasting his tee shot way right on the third hole on his way to a double bogey six.

Woods has not won a major title since the 2008 US Open, but he has won four times at Augusta National, where he will tee off in three weeks seeking another major crown.

The resulting double bogey left McIlroy alongside Tommy Fleetwood, Graeme McDowell and Justin Rose on three under, Rose having recovered from being four over par after six holes with seven birdies in the next 10.

"I love being on top when Tiger's around", Reed said. "I was just trying to lag it down there, just make my par and get outta here and it had a crash at the hole, which I'm not complaining about, and it went in". "So I'm still learning, I'm getting a lot better at it ".

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