2012 Players Championship Winner: Matt Kuchar Wins Players Championship, Finished 13-Under For Tournament

Matt Kuchar shot a 2-under-par 70 on Sunday at the 2012 Players Championship to win the event by shooting 13-under-par for the tournament. Kuchar's day was good enough to hold off a charge from Day 1 co-leader Martin Laird, who shot 5-under-par on Sunday and finished 11-under-par for the tournament.

Laird finished tied for second place with Zach Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Ben Curtis. Kevin Na drifted on Sunday with a 4-over-par round and finished tied for seventh at 8-under-par.

St. John's grad Keegan Bradley rebounded for a 2-over-par Saturday round with a 2-under-par round on Sunday. He finished 2-under-par for the tournament and finished tied for 35th. Bradley finished 72nd in last year's event after a 5-over-par performance.

Other notable finishers:

t-15. Henrik Stenson, 5-under-par
t-25. Tim Clark, 3-under-par
t-25. Phil Mickelson, 3-under-par
t-40. Tiger Woods, 1-under-par
t-56. Sergio Garcia, 3-over-par

Stick with this storystream for updates throughout the 2012 Players Championship, and head over to SB Nation's golf blog Waggle Room for insight and analysis.

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