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The Monday edition focuses on Tiger Woods’ seventh win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational but, first, the King’s grandson offers an update on Mr. Palmer’s condition.
@samsaunders87 For all concerned my granddad is doing fine and will be good to go tomorrow (Monday). Thank you for all of your nice comments and concern.
Mr. Palmer stayed overnight in an Orlando-area hospital for observation after experiencing high blood pressure late on Sunday.
The API champion sent a rare tweet, summing up the day nicely.
@TigerWoods Heading home now and I can't stop smiling. Thanks to Otown fans and everyone watching for all the love. Get well soon, Arnie.
The golf world certainly noticed Woods’ 72nd career PGA Tour win.
Former PGA Tour winner Paul Stankowski spoke for many others.
@PaulStankowski It's good to see Tiger back in the winners circle after such a long time.I think he just got the attention of the top players again. #gameOn
And, finally, with Wrestlemania this weekend, a former WWE champion congratulated Woods.
@JCLayfield Congrats to Tiger Woods on 1st PGA win in two years. Can he win Masters and will he be favorite? Golf has to love this news! #JBLfacts
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