Golf Rankings for Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard
Vijay Singh [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #155
Singh is the player that Garrigus is tied with at 17 straight cuts made. Singh also finished T24 at Bay Hill a year ago. After admitting to using deer-antler spray, which contains a banned substance, Tour officials have been mum on any possible suspension. Until then Singh looks like a safe, albeit unspectacular, option
Billy Horschel [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #14
Horschel's 18 consecutive cuts made has him tied with the aforementioned Ian Poulter for the longest active streak on Tour. He's finished 11th or better in two of his seven starts this season but is playing Bay Hill for the first time.
Ryan Moore [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #29
Moore missed the cut last week, but has experienced recent success at Bay Hill. He finished a career-best T4 on this course last year after notching a T12 in 2011.
Russell Henley [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #49
Henley began the season with a victory in the Sony Open, but was a non-factor in his next three starts. He's looked better lately with a T13 in the Honda and a T28 at Doral.
Boo Weekley [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #128
In his last two starts of the season, Weekley finished T8 in the Puerto Rico Open and was the runner-up last week at Copperhead. He's now made six straight cuts. Weekley hasn't done much at Bay Hill lately though, finishing T53 last year and missing the cut in 2011.
Immelman is still seeking his first top-35 of the year, but could set his sights a bit higher this week. He's finished T11 and T12 the last two years at Bay Hill.
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