Every comes from behind to win at Bay Hill

Updated: March 24, 2014


Matt Every came from behind at Bay Hill to secure his first PGA Tour title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Every finished on 13 under par after 4 rounds, 1 shot clear of Keegan Bradley with Masters Champion Adam Scott a shot further back.

Scott, the leader on the first 3 days will wonder how he let this one slip, his putter deserting him on his way to a final round 4 over, 76. Scott had to win at Bay Hill to leapfrog Tiger Woods as the worlds number 1 ranked golfer.

Every earned a cool $1.116 million for his efforts and was his first title in 93 starts on the PGA Tour.