Jason Day called Tiger Woods earlier this month looking for answers.
During Thursday's opening round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Day found some on a course where Woods won a tournament-record eight times.
Day even ended his day with a clutch putt on the par-four 18th hole at Bay Hill Club and Lodge, something Woods seemed to do at will, especially late on Sunday.
For now, Day happily will take an opening round six-under-par 66 and a one-shot lead over a group of five players, including fellow Aussies Adam Scott and Marc Leishman, as well as 2015 runner-up Henrik Stenson.
Fast starts have been in short supply this season for Day, the world's third-ranked...