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Arnold Palmer Invitational
Tiger Woods still working on his swing heading toward his tournament next month at Congressional
Tiger Woods still working on his swing heading toward his tournament next month at Congressional

BETHESDA — A victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March seemed to signal Tiger Woods' return to a short list of the world's best golfers. His five-shot win was reminiscent of what Woods had done for more than a decade — right down to the signature fist pump. That victory — his first in 2 ½ years on the PGA Tour and his 72nd overall — seems almost as distant as his last major championship, nearly four years ago at theU.S. Open. The win has been quickly overshadowed by what has been the worst three-tournament stretch of Woods' legendary career. A tie for 40th at the Masters. A missed cut at the Wells Fargo Championship. Another tie...

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