Tiger Woods aims to play next week's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, where he is the defending champion and has won eight times, despite back issues that have plagued him the past two tournaments.
The back issues that caused Tiger Woods to withdraw from a tournament a week ago flared again Sunday, leading to a long day on the golf course and a birdie-less round for just the eighth time in his career.
Although Tiger's self-described best round of the year Saturday put him in a tie for fourth at Doral, Woods' game -- and health -- leave plenty of possibilities with 18 holes to go, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods shot a 76, his highest score ever at Doral, although the golf course -- including all 18 greens -- is substantially different than the one he's won on four times, including his 2013 victory here.
There are positives and negatives around the weather delay at Doral for Tiger Woods on Thursday. How much it impacts the rest of his week won't be known until play resumes Friday, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
The cost Tiger Woods might have paid by finishing Sunday's Honda Classic with back spasms might never be known. If it would have kept him from preparing for the majors, the price would have been too steep, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.