Will it be enough to win?
There's something about that 18th green at Bay Hill.
We've seen Tiger drop a number of dramatic birdie putts on it to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Last year, Rory McIlroy made another long birdie to cap a final-round 64 that saw him take the title.
It happened again on Sunday.
Reigning British Open champion Francesco Molinari drained a 44-footer for birdie to shoot 64 and post 12 under, which gave him a two-shot lead over Matthew Fitzpatrick.
Molinari started the day six behind Fitzpatrick's lead, but he made eight birdies and no bogeys to give himself a great chance of picking up his third PGA Tour victory in the past eight months. He'll have to wait about two hours to see if the 12-under total is good enough, but what a way to finish an already incredible round.