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Tiger earns his stripes at Bay Hill; reclaims No1
As if we didn't know it already, 2013 so far is all about Tiger Woods, with the 14-time major winner back on top of the world with this 77th PGA Tour title win.

But more importantly than that, he's now back at No1 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

It's fair to say that Woods has had a torrid few years, having to overcome private and personal strife as well as a series of debilitating injuries, but the 37-year-old now looks to be back on his game with his third win of the season.

"If I get healthy, I know I can play this game at a high level," Woods said.

"I know I can be where I'm contending in every event, contending in major championships and being consistent day in and day out - if I got healthy. That was the first step in the process. Once I got there, then my game turned."

Wood's ascent mirrors former World No1 Rory McIlroy's descent who has had a poor start to the 2013 season and missed cuts or withdrawn from events prematurely.

Meanwhile Woods has three wins in four stroke-play events at Torrey Pines, Doral and now Bay Hill, an event which he has won a record-equaling eight times.
 
And on this form it would be a bold person to do anything other than back the 37-year-old from ending his 5-year major slump at Augusta National next month. The bookmakers certainly are; Woods is now the clear favorite at this year's Masters.

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