Tiger Woods leads the Arnold Palmer Invitational, presented by MasterCard, by one shot from Graeme McDowell. Tiger had a -1 under par round of 71 at the Bay Hill Cub and Lodge in Orlando Florida. Graeme also had a -1 under par round to be one shot in arrears at -10 under par for the tournament. Sitting comfortably at -8 are Ernie Els and Ian Poulter, Ernie had a -5 round of 67 and Ian finished with a -4 round, both of them are now at -8 under par for the tournament, just three shots off Tiger's lead. Tiger is now one round away from winning on the PGA TOUR for the first time in 30 months, but has history on his side when it comes to this Bay Hill course in the lead. He has a 37-2 record on the PGA TOUR when he has led going into the final round, and he has won a record six times on this golf course. David Cannon/Getty Images It would seem now that just about everyone else is definitely out of contention for the title, with an outside chance maybe for Johnson Wagner and Chucky three sticks who back on -7 under par, four shots adrift of the top of the leaderboard.