Jason Day found himself bunkered 100 feet from the hole on the 18th on Sunday at Bay Hill. He needed to finish the hole in two strokes for par to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The Australian had some issues earlier on in the round, but managed to do what was needed in the end.
The bunker shot on the last couldn’t have gone any better. Day hit the ball to 4-foot, giving him an easy putt for par and a 2-under 70 finish for the day, enough to outlast Kevin Chappell for his first win of 2016.
“I was able to walk up there and have a special moment with the King,” Day said. “That’s something I always wanted to do.”
There were four players in close contention during the final two hours at Bay Hill. It was a matter of who would make the most mistakes, and Day’s came early in the round. He lost a two-stroke lead in the front nine before recovering with a shot from the rough and over a bunker to one foot on the ninth hole for birdie.
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