Tiger Woods clinched his first PGA Tour title since September 2009 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday. The 14-time major winner is no stranger to success at the Bay Hill tournament, having tasted victory there on a record six previous occasions.
The first of many —
Woods picked up his first win at the tournament hosted by seven-time major winner Arnold Palmer in 2000, beating fellow American Davis Love III by four shots.
Back-to-back wins —
Woods retained his title in 2001, finishing the tournament 18 under par.
And Woods was once again victorious at Bay Hill in 2002, sealing a hat-trick of wins at the event.
Record win —
In 2003, Woods became the first player to win the same tournament four years in a row since Gene Sarazen at the Miami Open in 1930 as he triumphed by a huge 11 shots.
Five star —
Woods' fifth win at Bay Hill came in 2008 courtesy of a 25-putt on the final hole. It was the American's third successive PGA Tour victory that year, and fifth in a row going back to 2007. He won two out of three before that run, tying for second in the other.
Six appeal —
Wood sealed another one-shot win at Bay Hill in 2009, beating fellow American Sean O'Hair.