Rory McIlroy took the positives out of his performance at the Arnold Palmer Invitational despite missing out to Marc Leishman.
Australian Leishman picked up his first PGA Tour Event in five years as he shot a 69 in the final round, to finish on 12 under and see off the challenge of Americans Kevin Kisner and Charley Hoffman, who were a shot further behind.
McIlroy finished on nine-under and looked in a good position to win until he faltered at the death as he pushed for the win.
However, the Northern...
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