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Matt Every takes advantage of bad round by Adam Scott to win at Bay Hill

Matt Every (photo shoot picture by Orrios via wikipedia commons)

Matt Every, a relatively unknown golfer on the PGA Tour, earned his second professional win on Sunday by shooting a 2-under-par 70 to rally from a four-shot deficit and win the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Golf Course in Orlando, Florida.

The 30-year-old Every is a graduate of the University of Florida. He has won an event each on the Tour and the PGA Tour. He turned pro in 2006.

Every finished a shot ahead of Keegan Bradley, who carded two late birdies for a 72. Adam Scott, who had a bad round and weekend after blowing a seven-shot lead, closed the tournament with a 76, two shot off the pace in third place.

Every finished at 13-under-par 275.

Woods has a presence at Muirfield; shoots 2-under-70 despite battling allergies


(courtesy of the Memorial Tournament)

Tiger Woods has not played much golf in 2012.

The former number-1 golfer in the world has missed tournament cuts once and tied for 40th twice since he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. That was his worst three-tournament stretch as a pro golfer.

Woods took the past two weeks to work on his game.

Tiger Woods (photo by Aaron Doster of Columbus Wired)

Woods, a four-time winner at the Memorial Tournament, battled allergies in Thursday’s opening round, more than the golf course which was tough enough. Flying seeds from the cottonwood trees on the Muirfield Village Golf Club floated everywhere causing Woods some trouble, but he still managed a 2-under-par-70 to become a factor on the leaderboard.

Woods did a good job of taking care of the par-5′s, with three birdies and was able to save par four times with putts from more than 5 feet away.





Woods leading at Bay Hill; on verge of first title in 30 months


Tiger Woods (2004 photo by Jason Phelps via wikipedia commons)

The course at Bay Hill  is very familiar to Tiger Woods. After all, he’s won on the course a record six times.

In Saturday’s round of golf, Woods went from in two holes, leading by four shots to being tied briefly with Graeme McDowell at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, Florida.

But Woods has satisfaction of seeing his name atop the leader board, leaving him just a final round of golf that’ll give him a win on the PGA Tour for the first time in 30 months.

Woods, who is 36, is at 11-under 205, had his last win on Tour, September 13, 2009. That date was also the last time he had an outright lead at a Tour event after 54 holes.


Info compiled from PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

Ernie Els is second, three shots back and Ian Poulter is tied for third.

Laird wins at Bay Hill


Martin Laird (file photo)

Martin Laird survived a sudden collapse in the final round to become a surprise winner at Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida.

In the most competitive round of golf on the PGA Tour this year, Laird came back from a three-shot deficit in the final four holes. He converted two birdies and two unbelievable pars to close the tournament with a 3-over-par 75 to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational by one shot over hard-luck golfer, Steve Marino.

Laird, a 28-year-old Scot, became the first European to win at Bay Hill in its 33-year history.

Justin Rose closed with a 68 and tied for third with David Toms and Marc Leishman, who needed to win to get a chance to play in the Masters next month.


compiled from PGA Tour news

Laird leads after second round of Arnold Palmer Invitational

Martin Laird (file photo)

Martin Laird shot a 7-under-par 65 at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge Golf Course to take a one-shot lead over K.J. Choi and Spencer Levin after the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, Florida.

Laird is at 9-under-par 135.

How is Tiger Woods playing?

The number world’s number 3 golfer shot a 4-under 68, leaving him just six shots behind Laird.

compiled from PGA Tour news

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