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Martin Laird: Laird was well on his way to being one of the week’s big losers – until he rallied on the back nine to post his second tour win. The two-putt on 18 was not easy, though he made it look that way.

Steve Marino: Granted, he squandered his chance to collect his first tour victory with the bogey at 15 and the double at 17. Yet he somehow found a way to hit one of the best shots of the week – the approach at the treacherous 18th – which gave him a chance to get in a playoff if Laird were to falter. Marino is too good for the winless drought to last much longer.

David Toms: Can you believe it’s been five years since Toms won a tournament? A lot of that is due to injuries. But if he’s healthy again, the former PGA champion is still young enough at 44 to win again. Nobody owns a purer putting stroke. Even when he misses, they look like they should have gone in.

Spencer Levin: Dear golf gods: Let Levin win and soon. If this year so far has been about the emergence of new, interesting characters on tour, nobody is more interesting – and perhaps volatile – than the passionate Levin. He also possesses a wonderful short game.

Sergio Garcia: First, the good news. Sergio’s ball striking looks as sharp as ever. There were many who claimed that, even during Tiger’s prime – we have seen his prime, haven’t we? – Sergio, from tee to green, was more consistent. Now the bad news. He still misses too many short putts, including an unthinkable gag from 18 inches on Saturday. If he could putt, he might have won the thing.

Sam Saunders: Did anyone have more pressure on him at Bay Hill than Saunders, the King’s grandson? Given the circumstances, he performed magnificently with a tie for 30th. The kid has game.

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