Players Championship 2012 Results: Matt Kuchar Rallies Late To Win

The 2012 Players Championship featured plenty of movement up and down the leaderboard following a wild fourth and final round of action, but it was Matt Kuchar who came away victorious after shooting two-under par on Sunday to finish the tournament at -13. Calm, cool and smiling on the back-nine, Kuchar ended up winning by two strokes.

Martin Laird, Rickie Fowler, Ben Curtis and Zach Johnson all finished tied for second place at -11 for the event. Luke Donald had a big fourth round to move into third place at -9. Despite leading for parts of the tournament, Kevin Na struggled on Sunday and shot +4, tying him for fourth place at -8.

Phil Mickelson finished in 25th place after shooting -3, while Tiger Woods ended at -1.

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