Tiger Woods triumphed at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge, on Monday. The win equalled Sam Snead's record for winning the same tournament eight times, it also took Tiger to the top of the FedExCup standings, not to mention elevating him back to World number one. Tiger Woods with Arnold Palmer / Cannon / Getty Images Tiger strolled round the course, with a final round of -2 under par 70, and a tournament total of -13 under par, giving him a two shot win over Justin Rose. It has been a long time since Tiger was last World number one, actually it was late October 2010. When the collapse came it was pretty devastating, he fell as low as 58th in the world rankings before making his remarkable recovery. Tiger said it was all down to hard work; "It's a byproduct of hard work, patience and getting back to winning golf tournaments." Arnold thinks Tiger's record will stand for a long time; "I don't really see anybody touching it for a long time. I had the opportunity to win a tournament five times, and I knew how difficult that was." Justin Rose also finished with a last round of -2 under par 70, securing him second place alone. Not what Justin would have had in mind when he was leading the tournament by two shots before his uncharacteristic melt down at the end of the third round. Rickie Fowler had to settle for a +1 over par 73 and a tie for third place with Mark Wilson (71), Keegan Bradley (71) and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (72). Congratulations to Tiger, it will be interesting to see if the other players on tour can mount any sort of challenge to Tiger's dominance.