Bryson DeChambeau shot a final-round 71 to claim a one-shot victory over Lee Westwood at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
On Sunday at Bay Hill, DeChambeau made a bogey and two birdies on his first six holes, but then reeled off 12 straight pars, including a title-clinching par-4 on the 18th at Arnie’s Place.
The win was DeChambeau’s eighth career PGA Tour title, and second of the 2021 Tour season.
Along with a sweet red cardigan, and the Arnold Palmer trophy, the 27-year old California native earned $1,674,000 and 550 FedExCup points. He also secured 58 first-place OWGR points to jump from No. 11 to 6th in the Official World Golf Rankings.
For his runner-up position, Westwood earned $1,013,700 and 315 FedExCup points. He also picked up 34.8 OWGR points, and will crack the top 35.
Final Money, Points, Scores
Arnold Palmer Invitational
Bay Hill Golf Club | Orlando, FL | Mar 7, 2021
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