ORLANDO, Fla. -- Kenny Perry made a clutch par on the 72nd hole Sunday and won the 2005 Bay Hill Invitational presented by MasterCard when Vijay Singh, tied for the lead with Perry at 12 under par heading to the last tee, hit his second shot into the pond fronting the 18th green and made a double bogey.
Perry earned $900,000 for his eighth PGA Tour victory, his first in Florida and first since the 2003 Greater Milwaukee Open.
Perry's final-round 70 gave him a total of 12-under 276 at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
Fiji's Singh shot 69 and dropped into a second-place tie at 10-under 278 with Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland, who shot 6-under 66, the best final-round score.
South Africa's Retief Goosen shot a closing 70 and finished alone in fourth place at 5-under 283. Patrick Sheehan (67), Corey Pavin (71) and Aaron Baddeley (72) tied for fifth on 4-under 284.
For final-round scores, click here.
There are no refunds or exchanges available on tickets from Thursday's suspended round.
Proceeds from the Bay Hill Invitational benefit the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Women. This Orlando based high-tech, high-touch facility has been serving patients since 1989 by providing quality health care, serving as a teaching campus and touching the lives and hearts of people through the state and beyond.
Upcoming tournament dates:
March 13-19, 2006
March 12-18, 2007