Laird hangs on for victory

2011 pga arnold palmer invitational results and payouts martin laird

ORLANDO, FL (TheSpread) – Martin Laird had a less then impressive final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday, but it was enough for him to win the tournament by one shot.

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After leading through the last two rounds, Laird struggled on Sunday, shooting a 3-over 75 to finish at -8 for the tournament, which was enough to finish one shot ahead of Steve Marino, who finished at 7-under for the tournament after shooting an even-par 72 on Sunday.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog.com, Laird had 15/1 odds to win the tournament coming into the week, meaning a $100 wager on Laird will pay out an additional $1,500.

Coming into the week, Tiger Woods was the favorite to win this event, but Woods finished tied for 24th at 1-under for the tournament after shooting an even-par 72 on Sunday.

2011 PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational Top 10 Results

1 Martin Laird -8 (280)

2 Steve Marino -7 (281)

T3 Justin Rose -6 (282)

T3 Marc Leishman -6 (282)

T3 David Toms -6 (282)

T6 K.J. Choi -5 (283)

T6 Spencer Levin -5 (283)

8 Sergio Garcia -4 (284)

T9 Mark Wilson -3 (285)

T9 Fredrik Jacobson -3 (285)

T9 Jim Furyk -3 (285)

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