Clarks gets first PGA win
Tim Clark picked up his first career win on the PGA Tour on Sunday by shooting a 5-under 67 to take the 2010 Players Championship title.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL, Clark had 80/1 odds to win the event, meaning a $100 bet on Clark will pay out $8,000.
Clark was able to finish the tournament at 16-under par, one ahead of Robert Allenby, who finished at -15 for the tournament.
Clark pared the first six holes but then birdied five of the next six holes and then finished with six-straight pars.
Allenby shot a 2-under 70 on Sunday. He had an up-and-down round with four birdies, one eagle, and four bogies.
Entering the final round, Lee Westwood led but he shot a 2-over 74 on Sunday to finish tied for fourth at -12 for the tournament.
Pre-event favorite, Tiger Woods withdrew during the final round due to injury, claiming neck problems.
2010 PGA Players Championship Top 10 Results
1 Tim Clark -16
2 Robert Allenby -15
3 Lucas Glover -14
T4 Davis Love III -12
T4 Heath Slocum -12
T4 Bo Van Pelt -12
T4 Ben Crane -12
T4 Lee Westwood -12
9 Francesco Molinari -11
T10 Fredrik Jacobson -9
T10 Andres Romero -9
T10 Chris Stroud -9
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Posted: 5/9/10 9:27PM ET