Arnold Palmer Invitational 2019 : Arnold Palmer Invitational Leaderboard 2019 results today took a dramatic turn in the afternoon. Tommy Fleetwood surged seven spots today to move into first. Tiger Woods’ 2019 tournament schedule is a little lighter after his abrupt withdrawal from the Arnold Palmer Invitational due to injury.Woods assured his fans and followers he decided to skip the event because of a neck strain, entirely unrelated to the chronic back issues that nearly ended the 14-time major champion’s career, and is hopeful to be ready for the Players Championship next weekend.
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Arnold Palmer Invitational Leaderboard 2019 results today took a dramatic turn in the afternoon. Tommy Fleetwood surged seven spots today to move into first.
Arnold Palmer Invitational Leaderboard 2019 results now feature new leaders. Tommy Fleetwood and Keegan Bradley start in fist on Saturday. Bradley was four under today, 9 under overall. Fleetwood was 6 under today, 9 under overall. The rest of the field is back at five under or worse
In 2018, third round action started with Henrik Stenson eight and in first, with a two stroke lead over the field. Aaron Wise was in second with a six under score. Back in 2018, Tiger Woods was initially in second with a 68 score. Rory McIlroy was in third at five under through the 16th, Rickie Fowler was tied with him. Eventually Rory won it all last year.
Last year the purse was $8.9 million. This year the purse is $9.1 million. Several golfers however have not make the cut for the weekend. Among them are Phil Mickelson and Austin Cook.
A year ago, Sergio Garcia’s wife gave birth. Garcia spoke from a hospital room in Austin, Texas, where his wife, Angela, had gone into labor, told news “It has been an eventful morning. But you know, she’s doing well, so it’s kind of very, very exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time.” Garcia added “It’s kind of surreal, I guess you may say. It’s a different feeling. I am excited and a little bit nervous for Angela and the baby to make sure everything goes well. It’s funny how the timing … it was supposed to be on Sunday, but it looks like she’s coming a little bit early, and we’re excited. Everything looks good. We can’t wait.” For live leaderboard results all weekend long
Rafa Cabrera Bello (7-under) led by two shots entering the second round of the PGA Tour’s Arnold Palmer Invitational 2019 on Friday, March 8, in Florida. Keegan Bradley was in second place. Phil Mickelson (4-under) was tied for third.
McIlroy is the defending champion — although he’s not my pick this week — and he’s coming in off of four straight top-five finishes to start his PGA Tour year. He’s got some high level company, though. Fowler has two top-two finishes in his last three starts, and Rose won last time he teed it up on the PGA Tour.
This week’s Palmer is special for a variety of reasons, too. First, it’s always a great event with a strong field and ties to one of the best to ever do it. Second — and this is the part that is new — it’s prep work for most of these golfers for a newly-scheduled Players Championship next week at TPC Sawgrass.
Even without Woods, who has won the event eight times, most recently in 2013, several of the standard big-name golfers will still be playing in the tournament, including defending champion Rory McIlroy, whose last PGA win came at Bay Hill.
Here is everything you need to know about the Arnold Palmer Invitational, including how to watch live on TV and stream online, as well as the tee times, purse and past winners.