|LEADERS AT Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard|
|1. Tiger Woods||$5,849,600|
|2. Adam Scott||$2,207,683|
|3. Webb Simpson||$1,759,015|
|4. Hunter Mahan||$1,682,939|
|5. Charles Howell III||$1,659,138|
|1. John Daly||300.13|
|2. Ryan Palmer||299.23|
|3. Bubba Watson||298.89|
|4. Sean O'Hair||298.32|
|5. Justin Rose||297.80|
|1. Tiger Woods||1.692|
|2. Brian Gay||1.718|
|3. Freddie Jacobson||1.731|
|4. Ryan Palmer||1.734|
|5. Ernie Els||1.736|
|STOCK UP / STOCK DOWN|
Though there's been much focus on other twenty-somethings recently, Lucas Glover has four top 10s in seven events this season. This is his first Bay Hill Invitational, but he's won on tour before and hits it long and straight.
It's too bad for Stuart Appleby the tour doesn't play every event in Hawaii. Continuing a trend he started in 2004 with his first of three Mercedes Championships titles, Appleby is winless outside the Aloha State since then.
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|STAT OF THE WEEK|
Number of players who have surpassed the $1 million-mark through the first 10 weeks of the PGA Tour season.
Despite playing the final two holes in 1-over, Pampling won Bay Hill.
Greg Owen three-putted from three feet on the 17th hole, then bogeyed 18, leaving Rod Pampling as the champion at the Bay Hill Invitational. Story
|COURSE: Bay Hill Club & Lodge|
|LOCATION: Orlando, FL|
|2005 CHAMP: Kenny Perry - 1, 276 (-12)|
|START DATE: Mar 16, 2006|
Today's best players hit it long and high, but being long and high doesn't make you a top-tier performer. Adam Scott hasn't played a stroke-play event since the Nissan Open, where his closing 64 vaulted him to second. It was the best round of the day by three strokes, validating an equipment change he made shortly before arriving in Los Angeles.
-- John Hawkins|