Arnold Palmer Invitational 2013 Schedule: TV Guide for Monday's Action

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Arnold Palmer Invitational 2013 Schedule: TV Guide for Monday's Action
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The Arnold Palmer Invitational will conclude on Monday, after heavy rains along with strong winds forced a suspension of play.

Play will resume at 10 a.m. ET Monday, and will be broadcast by The Golf Channel

(The complete TV schedule for tournament play will be updated here)

According to Steve DiMeglio of USA Today, 44 golfers have yet to finish playing, with the final pairing of Tigers Woods and Rickie Fowler only through two holes. 

If you’re looking for an updated leaderboard for the tournament, you can find it here.

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Tiger Woods will have all eyes on him during the final round.  He currently holds a three-stroke lead over four different golfers.  A win for him would give him the No. 1 ranking in the world for the first time since late 2010.

Luckily for Tiger, he’s pretty good at closing.  In his career, he is 41-2 with an outright lead after three rounds of play.  He will look to make that 42-2 on Monday.

Don’t sleep on Keegan Bradley, however.  He is climbing the leaderboard fast, and is already two under par through only four holes in the final round.  With 14 holes left to play and only three strokes back, Bradley has a legitimate shot at winning as long as he can stay as hot as he was before play was suspended.

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Ken Duke also got through four holes on Sunday, and is one under for the day.  A solid outing for the rest of the round could land him with a win so long as he stays consistent and hopes for other golfers to make mistakes.

Don’t sleep on Fowler either.  He’s still got 16 holes to play with Woods and was paired with him for a reason.  He’s had a great run through the first three rounds and will look to pull off the major upset on Monday.

Many will be waiting to hear if Tiger can pull out another win and prove that the recent struggles of the past few years are finally behind him.  With another win in 2013, Woods could let everyone know that the Tiger that dominated tourney after tourney is finally back.

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