Not a bad tournament so far for Tiger Woods, who has been struggling as of late.  He shot a 69 at the opening round of the Arnold Palmer invitational, and is among the leaders.

Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida has always been good to Tiger Woods, who has won the Arnold Palmer Invitational six times since 2000.  His most recent win came in 2009, and the way he played the opening round, he could be on his way to another win.

Woods wrapped up the opening round with a 69, and is currently three shots behind the current leader, Jason Dufner.  When asked about how he was playing, Tiger said he wasn't really doing anything special:

I was just solid all day. I drove the ball well, hit my irons decent and putted all right. It's just one of those days where not a lot was going on.

-Tiger Woods

The Arnold Palmer Invitational will be the final warm up before Woods hits the Masters in two weeks.

[ESPN]