2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill

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In his 92nd start as a professional, Matt Every finally earned his first PGA Tour win. "It's hard," an emotional Every said after his victory. "It's tough, man. You just never know if it's going to happen. You get there so many times. It's nice to get it done."
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Every reacts to his shot from the sand on No. 17, which struck the pin but failed to fall. Every would close with a two-under 70 to finish 13-under, one stroke ahead of Keegan Bradley.
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Every dropped four birdies in a five hole stretch (from No. 9 to No. 13) to surge past 54-hole leader Adam Scott.
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But Every limped home, bogeying two of the final three holes. He had particular trouble on No. 16, where he sent his tee shot into the woods and then knocked his recovery off a tree.
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Keegan Bradley had a 30-foot birdie chance on No. 18 to force a playoff, but he pushed it to the left of the hole. He finished second at 12-under.
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After tying the course record at Bay Hill with an opening round 10-under 62, Scott looked to be on the verge of a wire-to-wire victory.
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Scott's putter deserted him on Sunday, as he carded five birdies en route to a 4-over 76.
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Scott birdied No. 4 and didn't make another birdie the rest of the way. His three-shot lead over Bradley at the start of play quickly evaporated.
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Scott finished alone in third at 11-under, missing his chance to claim the No. 1 ranking from Tiger Woods. Woods, Scott and Stenson will battle for the top spot at the Masters in April.
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Jason Kokrak was in the conversation at the start of play on Sunday, but a 1-over 73 torpedoed his chances. He finished alone in fourth at 10-under.
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Adam Scott shot a 71 on Saturday and saw his lead drop from seven to just three shots.
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Scott was one over on the front nine.
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At one point, Scott's lead dropped all the way down to one shot.
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He still has a great chance to capture his 11th PGA Tour victory on Sunday.
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Keegan Bradley is in sole possession of second, three shots behind Scott.
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Bradley shot an impressive six-under 66 to get to 12 under.
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Bradley birdied his final three holes in the third round.
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Jason Kokrak is tied for third after a third-round 67.
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Friday Adam Scott leans into a drive on the 16th tee during a second-round 68 at Bay Hill. He birdied the hole and built a commanding seven-shot lead headed to the weekend.
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Adam Scott lines up a putt on the 18th green. He bogeyed the hole, one of his few missteps in the round of 68.
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Francesco Molinari shot a two-under 70 to tie for second, seven shots off the lead.
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Adam Scott acknowledges the crowd on the 17th green during his second round.
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Jason Kokrak watches his tee shot on the 18th hole during the second round. He shot 71 and was one of five players at -6, eight shots behind Adam Scott.
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Ian Poulter follows through on his shot on the fourth hole. Poulter, who shot 71, was -5, nine shots back of the lead.
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Charles Howell III shot 71 to get to -5. He was nine shots back of leader Adam Scott.
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Brandt Snedeker missed this putt for birdie on the 16th green. He shot 71, good for a tie for fifth at -6, eight shots back of Adam Scott.
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Keegan Bradley hits his second shot from a bunker on the fourth hole during his second-round 67. He was -6, eight shots back of leader Adam Scott.
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Chesson Hadley hits his tee shot on the 16th hole. He shot a four-under 68 and was -7, and was tied for second after two rounds, seven shots back of leader Adam Scott headed to the weekend.
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Reigning Masters champion Adam Scott fired an opening round 10-under 62, the lowest score at Bay Hill in 30 years, tying the course record and taking a 3-shot lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
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Scott said he felt ill when he arrived at the club, but it certainly didn't hurt his play. He made five putts from 20-feet or longer, including two for eagle.
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Scott surveys a shot with caddie Stevie Williams.
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Japan's Ryo Ishikawa, who uses Bay Hill as his East Coast home course, birdied 18 to get to 65, tied for second, three strokes off the lead.
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John Merrick, who finished T2 at 65, gave some of the credit to Scott's 62. "That took the pressure off," Merrick told the Associated Press. "You're already 10 shots behind, so it's not like you're protecting anything."
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Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano opened with a 66, his best round of the year, and stands in fourth.
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Bubba Watson withdrew from the tournament after an opening round 83 that included a sextuple-bogey 11 on the sixth hole, citing severe allergies.
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Arnold Palmer and his wife Kit cruised the course in a golf cart.
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Arnold Palmer walks past the leaderboard on the 16th tee.
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It was a beautiful day at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill in Orlando, Fla, especially when enjoying the view of the 18th green from across the water.