Molinari withdraws from Bay Hill with back injury

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Rory McIlroy avoided a big number early and delivered his best shot late Thursday at Bay Hill on his way to a 6-under 66, giving him a one-shot lead among early starters in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Rory McIlroy produced an impressive back nine at Bay Hill on Thursday, yet it is another former victor in Matt Every who leads the way.

After finishing tied for third a year ago, the Englishman is back for another shot at the win in 2020.

Rory McIlroy may have come out against the proposed Premier Golf League, but the world number one is not opposed to streamlining an "oversaturated" golf market. "Sometimes I'm really bad".

"It bothers me that [cannabis] is even an issue [and] on the list of banned substances", he said on Friday (AEDT). There's so much trouble out there, especially with the wind.

McIlroy, who also played the back nine first, dropped a shot at his second hole but was one-under at the turn and and collected an eagle three at the fourth as he collected five more to finish with a six-under-par 66. 'I sort of had a bit of good pep in my step going to the first tee, and then I played some great golf after that'.

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"I think this course has always been about the par-fives", McIlroy told Sky Sports.

"I think it would be cool if we were proactive about it and made some changes", he said.

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri, who is going through a rough patch this season, will hope for a turnaround when he tees off at the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament.

Graeme McDowell is 4 under par and Padraig Harrington is 2 over.

Ninth-ranked Patrick Reed made his only bogey on the last hole to post a 70 and is in a tie for 19th includes Sungjae Im of South Korea, who won the Honda Classic last week, while third-ranked Brooks Koepka is tied for 45th at 72.

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