Every started the final round four shots back of the leader, Adam Scott. He fired a two under par 70 to finish one stroke ahead of Keegan Bradley. Every grew up just 90 minutes away from Bay Hill. He had been attending the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard since he was a little kid so this was a memorable win for him. Holding back tears in his post round interview, all Every could say was “It’s nice to get it done.”
Keegan Bradley came up one shot short on Sunday with an even par 72 in his final round. Bradley had a birdie putt on the final hole, but it fell short, handing the victory to Every. Adam Scott had a three shot lead heading into the final round until his game fell apart on Sunday. Scott shot a final round 76 to finish alone in third in his final tune up before defending his Masters title. Jason Kokrak finished all alone in the fourth spot. Three golfers where tied for fifth, they included Henrik Stenson, Erik Compton, and Francesco Molinari.
The tour finally leaves finished their PGA Tour Florida Swing and will now head for the great state of Texas next week for the Valero Texas Open. stayed tuned to Bunkers Paradise for a preview later this week.