Tiger Woods birdied the second hole to increase his lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Florida to three strokes. Moments after, the it was announced that the play had to be suspended due to bad weather conditions.
With a victory, Woods would supplant Rory McIlroy as the world No. 1, a position he reached for the first time in June 1997. It would also be Woods 77th PGA Tour Title as well as his record-tying eighth in a single tournament.
The fourth round will resume Monday morning.