The 16th hole bogey snapped an incredible string of par shots as Jeev Milkha Singh signed off with one-over 71 to finish tied 27th in the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament in Orlando.
Jeev parred each of his first 15 holes before the par-four 16th caught him off guard, costing him a stroke. Jeev parred the next two to settle for a round of 71 and his aggregate of four-over 284 earned him a share of the 27th place besides $44,400.
Indian-born Swede Daniel Chopra carded one-under 69 in the final round to total 280 and finish tied eighth in the $5.8 million event at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge.
The tournament also witnessed Tiger Woods (275) return to form as the American holed a 15-foot birdie to win his first title since his knee surgery.