The more things change, the more they change the same.
It's late-March, so that can only mean one thing: It's time for Tiger Woods' annual victory at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill tournament.
Last year, Woods won in dramatic fashion, sinking a clutch putt on the 18th hole to knock off Bart Bryant.
This year, in his third PGA Tour event after a lengthy layoff rehabbing from surgery following last June's U.S. Open to repair a major knee injury, it was deja-vu all over again.
Woods started the day five shots back of Sean O'Hair, but methodically tracked down the youngster and finished it off with a 15-foot putt that clinched his sixth win at Palmer's tournament and his 66th PGA Tour victory.
Next up: The Masters, in two weeks.