The Players Championship 2012 Winner: Matt Kuchar Wins By Two Strokes

Matt Kuchar finished off an uneventful 18th and wins The Players Championship by two strokes over Rickie Fowler, Martin Laird and others.

Kuchar finished the day at 2-under par for his final round and at 13-under par for the tournament. After a bogey on the opening hole, Kuchar came back with birdies at the fourth, ninth, 12th and 16th before he dropped a stroke on the 17th.

Rickie Fowler made a late charge and finishes tied for second with Martin Laird, Zach Johnson and Ben Curtis at 11-under. Fowler birdied two of the last three holes. Johnson and Curtis finished with final round scores of 68.

Kevin Na entered play on Sunday with a one shot lead over Kuchar but struggled his way to a 4-over final round and finishes at 8-under.

For more coverage of the 2012 Players Championship, be sure to check out this StoryStream. For updates and perspective on all things golf, visit Waggle Room or stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated golf hub

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