He's been off leaderboards for months following reconstructive knee surgery last June, but USA Today says Tiger Woods is back in action after a soaring win at the weekend's Arnold Palmer Invitational. Recent lackluster performances had golf aficionados worried that Tiger would be a dud at the coming Masters championship. Though Woods began the Arnold Palmer respectably, he didn't take the lead until the 14th hole when then-leader Sean O'Hair botched a birdie and Tiger roared ahead with a perfectly executed putt. The harrowing game saw three lead changes over the final three holes before settling on the "predictable winner." Though sweet for Woods, the result was particularly bitter for O'Hair, who finds himself now in his second straight year of narrowly losing the tournament to Tiger. "It's just a little bit disappointing that I couldn't close it," O'Hair said.