Tiger up and down -- but in a good way
ORLANDO, Fla. -- If he keeps this up, perhaps Tiger Woods will produce a short-game DVD to compete with the one recently released by Phil Mickelson.
Much like Mickelson two weeks ago at Doral, Woods has seen his game greatly aided by his proficiency around the greens at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He has chipped in three times for birdies through two rounds at the Bay Hill Club, and is holding steady in fifth place at 3 under par, 5 shots behind second-round leader Sean O'Hair.
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