Adam Scott stumbled with a chance to all-but ensure himself of becoming world number one, leaving Matt Every to claim his first PGA title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Reigning Masters champion Scott, who led by a record seven strokes through 36 holes and by three when the day began, struggled to a final-round four-over par 76 and settled for third.
"I really think the putting let me down," Scott said on Sunday. "I am annoyed I didn't putt at all today. Poor, just out of sorts for whatever reason."
Scott, the first Australian to win the Masters green jacket, would likely have de...