Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard

  • March 15 - 18, 2018
  • Bay Hill Club & Lodge - Orlando, FL
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,419
  • Purse $8,900,000
    Defending Champion Rory McIlroy

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
12Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-18-8F69706764270$1,602,000.00500-
2-Bryson DeChambeauB. DeChambeau-15-4F67667268273$961,200.00300-
31Justin RoseJ. Rose-14-5F69716767274$605,200.00190-
43Henrik StensonH. Stenson-13-1F64697171275$427,200.00135-
T55Tiger WoodsT. Woods-10-3F68726969278$338,200.00105-
T51Ryan MooreR. Moore-10-1F71676971278$338,200.00105-
T728Marc LeishmanM. Leishman-8-5F70707367280$249,942.0078-
T728Kevin ChappellK. Chappell-8-5F70707367280$249,942.0078-
T721Luke ListL. List-8-4F71677468280$249,942.0078-
T721Sean O'HairS. O'Hair-8-4F72716968280$249,942.0078-
T711Patrick RodgersP. Rodgers-8-3F72716869280$249,942.0078-
T73Patrick ReedP. Reed-8-1F68707171280$249,942.0078-
131Chris KirkC. Kirk-7-1F71697071281$186,900.0060-
T1421Kyle StanleyK. Stanley-6-3F71717169282$137,950.0050-
T1414Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-6-2F72707070282$137,950.0050-
T144Sam HorsfieldS. Horsfield-6-1F70736871282$137,950.000-
T144Bud CauleyB. Cauley-6+1F72677073282$137,950.0050-
T144Grayson MurrayG. Murray-6+1F71696973282$137,950.0050-
T148Byeong Hun AnB. Hun An-6+2F68687274282$137,950.0050-
T148Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-6+2F67717074282$137,950.0050-
T148Charley HoffmanC. Hoffman-6+2F71667174282$137,950.0050-
T2222Brian GayB. Gay-5-3F73717069283$89,000.0038-
T2213Harris EnglishH. English-5-2F72717070283$89,000.0038-
T224Jason DayJ. Day-5EF73716772283$89,000.0038-
T228Graeme McDowellG. McDowell-5+1F69726973283$89,000.0038-
T2625Tom HogeT. Hoge-4-3F71707469284$59,318.0027-
T2625Martin LairdM. Laird-4-3F72707369284$59,318.0027-
T2625Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo-4-3F69757169284$59,318.0027-
T2618Tommy FleetwoodT. Fleetwood-4-2F69766970284$59,318.0027-
T262Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-4EF72716972284$59,318.0027-
T262Keegan BradleyK. Bradley-4EF72726872284$59,318.0027-
T268Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-4+1F69717173284$59,318.0027-
T268William McGirtW. McGirt-4+1F70717073284$59,318.0027-
T268John HuhJ. Huh-4+1F72736673284$59,318.0027-
T2620Talor GoochT. Gooch-4+4F65707376284$59,318.0027-
T3635Alexander NorenA. Noren-3-5F71727567285$41,919.0018-
T3629Kevin NaK. Na-3-4F71707668285$41,919.0018-
T368Brandon HarkinsB. Harkins-3-1F69747171285$41,919.0018-
T3618Brian StuardB. Stuard-3+2F74696874285$41,919.0018-
T3618Austin CookA. Cook-3+2F72736674285$41,919.0018-
T4117Ian PoulterI. Poulter-2-2F73707370286$30,304.0012-
T4117C.T. PanC.T. Pan-2-2F74717170286$30,304.0012-
T4110Adam ScottA. Scott-2-1F73707271286$30,304.0012-
T416Aaron WiseA. Wise-2+1F65767273286$30,304.0012-
T416Kevin StreelmanK. Streelman-2+1F73726873286$30,304.0012-
T4113J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes-2+2F68717374286$30,304.0012-
T4123Jamie LovemarkJ. Lovemark-2+3F73687075286$30,304.0012-
T4127Ollie SchniederjansO. Schniederjans-2+4F71716876286$30,304.0012-
T492Lucas GloverL. Glover-1EF72717272287$21,965.008-
T495Ernie ElsE. Els-1+1F69707573287$21,965.008-
T4914Hideki MatsuyamaH. Matsuyama-1+2F70727174287$21,965.008-
T4914Chesson HadleyC. Hadley-1+2F74706974287$21,965.008-
T4935Sam BurnsS. Burns-1+5F69707177287$21,965.000-
T5411Li HaotongL. HaotongE-1F73707471288$20,381.000-
T543Mackenzie HughesM. HughesE+1F74697273288$20,381.006-
T5410Brian HarmanB. HarmanE+2F68757174288$20,381.006-
T5436Billy HorschelB. HorschelE+5F68707377288$20,381.006-
T587James HahnJ. Hahn+1EF71717572289$19,491.005-
T58-Davis Love IIID. Love III+1+1F73717273289$19,491.005-
T58-Kevin TwayK. Tway+1+1F74717173289$19,491.005-
T5814Stewart CinkS. Cink+1+3F72707275289$19,491.005-
T5814Sung KangS. Kang+1+3F78676975289$19,491.005-
T5823Curtis LuckC. Luck+1+4F71687476289$19,491.000-
T646David LingmerthD. Lingmerth+2+2F77687174290$18,868.004-
T6413Collin MorikawaC. Morikawa+2+3F72727175290$18,868.000-
T668Peter UihleinP. Uihlein+3EF73727472291$18,512.004-
T661Beau HosslerB. Hossler+3+2F71737374291$18,512.004-
T6638Bubba WatsonB. Watson+3+7F70707279291$18,512.004-
T694Tyrrell HattonT. Hatton+4+3F70747375292$18,067.003-
T6911Paul GoydosP. Goydos+4+4F70747276292$18,067.003-
7113Doc RedmanD. Redman+5+5F72727277293--0-
721Tyrone Van AswegenT. Van Aswegen+7+5F72727477295$17,800.003-
T733Russell KnoxR. Knox+8+3F74717675296$17,533.003-
T738Jimmy WalkerJ. Walker+8+7F67767479296$17,533.003-
T751Anirban LahiriA. Lahiri+9+6F73727478297$17,177.002-
T754Hudson SwaffordH. Swafford+9+7F73727379297$17,177.002-
77-Ryan ArmourR. Armour+11+3F70748075299$16,910.002-
--Billy Hurley IIIB. Hurley IIICUT-CUT7274----146--0-
--A.J. McInerneyA.J. McInerneyCUT-CUT7571----146--0-
--Robert StrebR. StrebCUT-CUT7472----146--0-
--Scott StallingsS. StallingsCUT-CUT7571----146--0-
--Nick TaylorN. TaylorCUT-CUT7274----146--0-
--Sam SaundersS. SaundersCUT-CUT7769----146--0-
--Hunter MahanH. MahanCUT-CUT7274----146--0-
--Padraig HarringtonP. HarringtonCUT-CUT7175----146--0-
--Tyler DuncanT. DuncanCUT-CUT7175----146--0-
--Matthew FitzpatrickM. FitzpatrickCUT-CUT7671----147--0-
--Alex CejkaA. CejkaCUT-CUT7374----147--0-
--Scott PiercyS. PiercyCUT-CUT7671----147--0-
--Ben MartinB. MartinCUT-CUT7473----147--0-
--Kiradech AphibarnratK. AphibarnratCUT-CUT7374----147--0-
--Tim HerronT. HerronCUT-CUT7572----147--0-
--Patton KizzireP. KizzireCUT-CUT7770----147--0-
--Shane LowryS. LowryCUT-CUT7572----147--0-
--Jason KokrakJ. KokrakCUT-CUT7176----147--0-
--Yuta IkedaY. IkedaCUT-CUT7374----147--0-
--Danny LeeD. LeeCUT-CUT7672----148--0-
--Brandt SnedekerB. SnedekerCUT-CUT7771----148--0-
--Stuart ApplebyS. ApplebyCUT-CUT7870----148--0-
--D.A. PointsD.A. PointsCUT-CUT7672----148--0-
--Whee KimW. KimCUT-CUT7276----148--0-
--Charl SchwartzelC. SchwartzelCUT-CUT7375----148--0-
--Cameron SmithC. SmithCUT-CUT7574----149--0-
--Cody GribbleC. GribbleCUT-CUT7376----149--0-
--Scott BrownS. BrownCUT-CUT7376----149--0-
--Matt EveryM. EveryCUT-CUT7080----150--0-
--Vijay SinghV. SinghCUT-CUT7476----150--0-
--Sang-Moon BaeS. BaeCUT-CUT7674----150--0-
--Kevin KisnerK. KisnerCUT-CUT7476----150--0-
--Louis OosthuizenL. OosthuizenCUT-CUT7674----150--0-
--Si Woo KimS. Woo KimCUT-CUT7675----151--0-
--Camilo VillegasC. VillegasCUT-CUT7576----151--0-
--Satoshi KodairaS. KodairaCUT-CUT7577----152--0-
--Martin PillerM. PillerCUT-CUT7577----152--0-
--Luke DonaldL. DonaldCUT-CUT7974----153--0-
--Robert GamezR. GamezCUT-CUT7282----154--0-
--Donny LeeD. LeeCUT-CUT7977----156--0-
--Ted Potter Jr.T. Potter Jr.CUT-CUT8076----156--0-
--Smylie KaufmanS. KaufmanCUT-CUT7781----158--0-
--Danny WillettD. WillettWD-WD7219----72--0-

Now

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Is there anything "easy" about caddying in the Ryder Cup? What's the best caddie "swag"? Give up the goods Kessler Karain!

1:24

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Deputized in France? Oh yeah! By the American Marshalls aka the 13th Man.

1:14

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

Team Europe's strength in Ryder Cups on home soil has always been most evident over the first two days. Since the 1981 match at Walton Heath Europe has never trailed heading into the singles when playing this side of the Atlantic. The match was tied 8-8 in 2002, but on every other occasion Europe led.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

How's my French? I ain't going hungry anytime soon!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Hey Phil, all you gotta do is bring the coffee!!! To my man @PhilMickelson and to my co-host @MattBarrie

1:00

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

France is bringing out my inner artEEst!! Here's a view from the 2nd tee looking back up the 1st.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Kessler Karain (caddie for Patrick Reed aka Captain America) tells me what it means to carry the bag in the Ryder Cup! Nerves?!?

0:00

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

"I'm gonna use bigger words." Spieth to Bubba. "Did you graduate college?" Bubba retorts. "Did you?" asks Jordan. "Yeah, I did. Went back when I was putting bad, just in case." Bubba's got him. "I didn't know that." Spieth concedes. U.S. team smack talk, Bubba 1 - Spieth 0!!

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

A walk around Le Golf National made one thing clear: The Europeans made this a very, very tight golf course. They are not going to let the U.S. big hitters fire away with driver without penalty.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jordan Spieth waiting his turn as Bubba Watson is on stage. "It's kinda boring on this side." Jordan joked to me.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Caught Captain Thomas Bjorn and Vice-Captain Lee Westwood on the 8th hole checking on their squad strategizing!!

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Justin Thomas in the interview room at Le Golf National before his first Ryder Cup. "We are the Champions" playing loudly in the background. A sign of things to come?

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

You know you're big time when Roger Maltbie and David Feherty are driving and doing security for you! OR... maybe they just offered me a ride.

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

Friday's action will begin with fourballs and the reason is clear. Between 1981 and 1993 Europe failed to win one Friday morning foursomes session (two lost, two halved). Since the schedule change to fourballs opening the match (which the host captain has the option to undertake) the tally is even: two leads, two deficits, one halved session.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Meet the American Marshals who are the U.S. equivalent of Europe's Ryder Cup Guardians. They are the super fans who are on their sixth Ryder Cup and have over 20 songs ready for Friday's start.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

You can follow my journey at the Ryder Cup in Paris!! http://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/24793545/ryder-cup-2018-michael-collins-france-go-wrong

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Jon Rahm was unknowingly caught on camera by Rory McIlroy as the European team continue to bond here at the Ryder Cup. "After the round, after Rory drove it past me 50 yards on pretty much every hole, I was on the physio table with needles in me," Rahm said Tuesday. "Because of jet-lag, I was completely asleep. So Rory decided it was a perfect time to take a picture in my underwear and post it on the [group whatsapp] chat and said I couldn't handle him hitting it past me every single drive."

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Justin Rose's $10m windfall from winning the FedEx Cup will take a dent this week in Paris from his fellow Europe teammates. "Apparently all the drinks are on my tab this week," Rose said, but he added he will only start celebrations on Sunday for what he hopes will be toasting both his own triumph and Europe taking back the Ryder Cup.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Serious question: Why not open this Ryder Cup off right Friday morning and put Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson together in the very first group at 8:10 a.m. local time? The atmosphere on No. 1 at Le Golf National is already going to be electric. Why not start the show with Tiger-Phil and really make it epic?

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Rory McIlroy understands the world has mixed feelings about Sergio Garcia. "Everyone loves Sergio ... at least in our team room."

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Rory McIlroy has thoughts on what has changed with the U.S. and their approach to the Ryder Cup: "The togetherness seems to be a little more there than it might have been in the early 1990s and 2000s."

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

That's John McEnroe putting on his team jacket while Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson try to figure out how close the U.S. team is to winning. Greg Kinnear (blue glove) watches the 18th hole.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

That's Greg Kinnear, Luke Wilson, and James Blake sitting behind the 18th hole watching the rest of the American celebrity team finish.

Bjorn: I hope these players learn something from me

Europe Team captain Thomas Bjorn looked ahead on Tuesday to the 42nd Ryder Cup, as his players practiced at Le Golf National outside of Paris.

1:24