This week, we had an opportunity to interview Arnold Palmer. Over email, Palmer discussed a variety of subjects, including the Masters, Rory McIlroy, his Arnold Palmer Invitational and a health issue he's faced with the help of Janssen...Show More Summary
Ernie Els showed up at Bay Hill having missed the cut in four consecutive tournaments, the longest such streak of his career since 1993 when he missed the cut at the Honda Classic, Bay Hill, The Players Championship and the Benson & Hedges Open in England.
Matt Every needed a victory at Bay Hill to get into the Masters, and he was only being honest when he shared what he was thinking as Henrik Stenson faced a birdie putt on the final hole to force a playoff.
Your browser does not support iframes. Defending Arnold Palmer Invitational champion Matt Every said he told 2012 and '13 champion Tiger Woods that he would " hold it down for him until he gets back." [DraftKings: Win $1 Million playing...Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy couldn't have picked a much worse time to have a letdown. [DraftKings: Win $1 Million playing Fantasy Golf during the Masters – Sign up for free!] Standing on the 14th tee on Saturday at Bay Hill, McIlroy was just a shot out of the lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational after birdies on the 12th and 13th holes. Show More Summary
Duane Bock says the PGA was unhappy with his shorts worn during Sunday’s round at Bay Hill.
Matt Every MATT EVERY LIKES BAY HILL. With a sparkling 66 including a dramatic birdie on the final green, Every clinched his second PGA Tour win and second consecutive victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He is the third repeat champion at Arnie's place. Show More Summary
Matt Every had just hit his approach shot into the par-4 18th at Bay Hill, his 72nd hole of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. If he made the 17-foot birdie putt he left himself, perhaps he would win at the King's Orlando digs for a second...Show More Summary
Henrik Stenson 3-putts his way into second place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and he’s none too pleased with PGA Tour officials who put him and Morgan Hoffmann on the clock at Bay Hill. Henrik Stenson blamed his one-shot loss to...Show More Summary
We're just two weeks away from Augusta National and the field is almost complete. It took a few weeks, but we finally have a new addition to the Masters field. Matt Every's win at Bay Hill makes him the 95th name on the invitees list. Every took the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the second straight year. Show More Summary
The putt was from 18 feet on the final hole at Bay Hill, with the tournament riding on the outcome. The ball caught the left edge of the cup and disappeared, the gallery erupted with cheers and the winner gave an abbreviated fist pump filled with raw emotion.
Matt Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the second straight year, making an 18-foot birdie putt on the last hole to beat Henrik Stenson at Bay Hill on Sunday.
Matt Every became the third player to repeat as champion at Bay Hill, but he was not the only competitor feeling happy with his play.
There was drama on the 72nd hole at Bay Hill on Sunday, Matt Every made sure of it.
For the first three rounds of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Henrik Stenson ranked second in the field in strokes gained putting. In the final round at Bay Hill, Stenson was last in the field. That pretty well explains why Stenson...Show More Summary
Defending Arnold Palmer Invitational champion Matt Every said he told 2012 and '13 champion Tiger Woods that he would " hold it down for him until he gets back." Every did just that, winning at Bay Hill for a second consecutive yearShow More Summary
Rory goes quietly, Henrik gives it away, and Matt Every takes it at Bay Hill. Well, we finally did not need extra holes to decide a PGA Tour event. The Florida swing is over and we have a repeat champion at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the last big tournament before the Masters in two weeks. Show More Summary
Matt Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the second straight year, making an 18-foot birdie putt on the last hole to beat Henrik Stenson at Bay Hill.
Bay Hill hosts one of the more prestigious non-major, non WGC events on the PGA Tour schedule and the winner will earn a nice seven-figure payday. The purses are growing at almost every tournament around the world, and the Arnold Palmer Invitational is no different. Show More Summary
Zach Johnson made the second double eagle in two days at the Arnold Palmer Invitational by holing a 5-iron from 207 yards on the par-5 16th hole Sunday.