For the first three rounds of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, now-two-time champion Matt Every used a new Odyssey Milled Collection No. 9 putter. On Sunday, he switched flat sticks, replacing it with the Odyssey Works No. 9 model.
— Scott Goryl (@ScottGorylCG) March 22, 2015
Obviously, it worked out in the end for Every, who won his second consecutive title at Bay Hill with a final-round 66, good enough for a one-stroke victory over fellow Callaway Golf staffer Henrik Stenson. Every was just outside of the upper third of the field in strokes gained putting in Rounds 1 and 3, coming in 10th in Round 2. In the final round, Every was first.
Meanwhile, Stenson was 70th (last) in the field in strokes gained putting on Sunday.