If there are certain tournaments a player is just not meant to win -- be it Greg Norman at the Masters, Jack Nicklaus at the Canadian Open, or Tiger Woods at the Nissan Open (so far) -- Vijay Singh hasn't gotten the memo.
If there's an alarm clock that goes off when a player turns 40 signalling a diminishing ability to accrue tournament titles, Singh is deaf to it.
The feisty Fijian continues to build his case for the World Golf Hall of Fame -- well after he was inducted into it, mind you -- and continues to defy notions of age restrictions or expiration dates. Singh, 44, is a winner for the 31st time in his career and for the 19th time since he hit the big 4-oh, capturing the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard on Sunday at the Bay Hill Club.
Or maybe it should be called Bay Hell, as one journalist noted while watching the field get punished for its collective sins of inaccuracy and imprecision and shoot a cumulative 4.513 strokes over par in the final round.
Good to see Vijay back in the winners circle.