Matt Every Wins Arnold Palmer Invitational
Matt Every wins Arnold Palmer Invitational Tournament for the second consecutive year. The Arnold Palmer Invitational is played every March at Arnold Palmer’s private golf resort, Bay Hill Club and Lodge. It is one of five invitational tournaments on the PGA Tour, with a field of just 120 players. American golfer, Matt Every, from Daytona Beach, FL got his first PGA tournament victory at last year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2014.
Every defended his title at this year’s event, defeating Henrik Stenson by just one shot. Every clinched the victory in dramatic fashion by sinking a birdie putt on the 18th hole from 17 feet out. What was rare about Every’s tournament-clinching putt is that he sunk it with a putter that was completely different from the one he used for the first three rounds. He used an Odyssey Milled Collection #9 Putter Thursday through Saturday, and then switched to a new Odyssey Works Versa #9 for the final round.
Changing your putter model in the middle of a tournament is extremely rare, but the move paid off for Matt Every. His putting game was strong for the first two rounds, but then fell off on Saturday when he struggled; this prompted the switch to the Works Versa #9. The change proved to be a great decision as Every was great on the greens during Sunday’s round, propelling him to the win.
Below, you will find all of the clubs in Matt Every’s bag during the 2015 Arnold Palmer Invitational. You can click on the name of the club to find pictures and more information!
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