- DeChambeau sinks 6ft putt on 18th green to seal victory
- Westwood, 47, finishes one shot back in second
Lee Westwood, just weeks short of his 48th birthday, was denied a first win on the PGA Tour since 2010 and what would have ranked among the most impressive of his career after Bryson DeChambeau prevailed at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. DeChambeau, at 11 under par, saw off Westwood by one.
The US Open champion had to hole from 6ft on the final green to seal victory. He later revealed inspiration had been drawn from a currently stricken Tiger Woods.
Written by Ewan Murray
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