Padraig Harrington shot a level par 70 on the final day of the Arnold Palmer International at the Bay Hill course in Orlando, Florida to end up in a tie for eleventh place.

The Dubliner had an up and down round, with three birdies and three bogeys. Two birdies in the first six holes set Harrington up for a charge at the leaders, and a bogey on 9 was redeemed with a rebound birdie on 10 to give the Dubliner a shot on the back nine.

However, five straight pars from holes 11 through 15 stalled Harrington's momentum and a bogey on 16 all but ended his chances. The triple major winner dropped another shot on the last to end up with a level par score for the day and a one-over-total for the tournament.

Tiger Woods won the tournament shooting a final round 67. Overnight leader Sean O'Hair started the day five shots ahead of Woods but shot a three over 73.  Both players were level coming up the 18th and it was Woods who holed out a dramatic 15 footer for birdie on the last to win his first tournament since returning from knee surgery.
 

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