Sean O'Hair survived a windy, rugged test Saturday at Bay Hill and wound up in the final group with Tiger Woods for the second straight year - with one big difference.
This time, the tournament is in his hands.
Despite three bogeys in the last four holes, O'Hair had a 1-over
71 and a five-shot lead over Woods going into the final round of
the Arnold Palmer Invitational
Woods, the defending champion and a five-time winner at Bay
Hill, was fortunate to be that close. He made bogey putts of 10
feet and 25 feet on the last three holes, the last one on No. 18
after Woods never found a shot that plugged into the bank of the
O'Hair and Woods were part of a five-way tie after 54 holes last
year, and Woods won with a 25-foot birdie on the last hole.