Scott wins with Williams

2011 wgc bridgestone invitational results adam scott

AKRON, OHIO (TheSpread) – Adam Scott’s new caddie, Steve Williams, paid off as he picked up a four-shot win in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday.

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Scott led throughout the entire tournament, thanks to a first round 62. On Sunday, Scott shot a 5-under 65 and finished the tournament at 17-under, four shots ahead of Rickie Fowler and Luke Donald.

According to oddsmakers Scott had 40/1 odds to win this week’s tournament, meaning a $100 wager on Scott will pay out an additional $4,000.

The top 10 of the tournament features some of the best in the world including Donald, as Jason Day finished tied for fourth at -12 while Rory McIlroy was tied for sixth at -10.

2011 WGC Bridgestone Invitational Top 10 Results

1 Adam Scott -17 (263)

T2 Rickie Fowler -13 (267)

T2 Luke Donald -13 (267)

T4 Jason Day -12 (268)

T4 Ryo Ishikawa -12 (268)

T6 Kyung-Tae Kim -10 (270)

T6 Zach Johnson -10 (270)

T6 Rory McIlroy -10 (270)

T9 Lee Westwood -9 (271)

T9 David Toms -9 (271)

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