For all the highlights from Bay Hill, watching Arnold Palmer play the 18th hole for the final time is hard to beat.
His score in 2004 is irrelevant. Palmer was 74.
For his final act, he hit driver off the deck with all the thunderous might he had left, a low slider that bounded onto the green and down the ridge toward the flag. Palmer was all smiles, and so was his caddie — 16-year-old grandson Sam Saunders — as they walked toward the green.
"I remember the shot so well," Saunders said Thursday after a rough finish to an emotional day at the Arnold Palmer Invitational gave him a 74, seven shots behind Emiliano Grillo and Matt Fitzpatrick.