Sony Open in Hawaii

  • January 11 - 14, 2018
  • Waialae CC - Honolulu, HI
  • Par 70
    Yards 7,044
  • Purse $6,200,000
    Defending Champion Patton Kizzire

Final

6 Hole Playoff Results
  • Eagle
  • Birdie
  • Bogey
  • Double Bogey or Worse
HOLE181817181817
PLAYERPAR444444
Patton Kizzire-2543453
James Hahn-1543454
POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
11Patton KizzireP. Kizzire-17-2F67646468263$1,116,000.000-
213James HahnJ. Hahn-17-8F67696562263$669,600.000-
32Tom HogeT. Hoge-16EF65656470264$421,600.000-
T45Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-15-5F67706365265$256,266.670-
T45Brian StuardB. Stuard-15-5F67666765265$256,266.670-
T42Brian HarmanB. Harman-15EF64636870265$256,266.660-
T714Gary WoodlandG. Woodland-14-6F67676864266$193,233.340-
T77Ben MartinB. Martin-14-5F69666665266$193,233.330-
T71Ollie SchniederjansO. Schniederjans-14-2F66656768266$193,233.330-
T1011Ryan BlaumR. Blaum-13-5F66686865267$148,800.000-
T105Chris KirkC. Kirk-13EF63676770267$148,800.000-
T106Kyle StanleyK. Stanley-13+1F64676571267$148,800.000-
T104Russell KnoxR. Knox-13-1F69646569267$148,800.000-
T1426Daniel BergerD. Berger-12-6F67686964268$108,500.000-
T147Jerry KellyJ. Kelly-12-4F66676966268$108,500.000-
T14-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-12-3F63677167268$108,500.000-
T145Justin ThomasJ. Thomas-12-2F67676668268$108,500.000-
T1810Austin CookA. Cook-11-4F67716566269$75,462.860-
T1810Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-11-4F69686666269$75,462.860-
T1810Jason DufnerJ. Dufner-11-4F69656966269$75,462.860-
T183Daisuke KataokaD. Kataoka-11-3F65686967269$75,462.860-
T183Chez ReavieC. Reavie-11-3F68696567269$75,462.860-
T189Talor GoochT. Gooch-11-1F64667069269$75,462.850-
T1810Cameron SmithC. Smith-11EF66676670269$75,462.850-
T253Kevin KisnerK. Kisner-10-3F68647167270$46,322.860-
T2515Brandon HarkinsB. Harkins-10-4F67686966270$46,322.860-
T253Xin-jun ZhangX. Zhang-10-3F72656667270$46,322.860-
T253Jonathan ByrdJ. Byrd-10-3F68686767270$46,322.860-
T253Keith MitchellK. Mitchell-10-3F70666767270$46,322.860-
T2511Scott PiercyS. Piercy-10-1F69676569270$46,322.850-
T2516Sam SaundersS. Saunders-10EF67676670270$46,322.850-
T328Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-9-3F67686967271$33,568.580-
T324Stewart CinkS. Cink-9-2F70646968271$33,568.570-
T328Tony FinauT. Finau-9-3F70676767271$33,568.570-
T324Nicholas LindheimN. Lindheim-9-2F66706768271$33,568.570-
T328Wesley BryanW. Bryan-9-3F68667067271$33,568.570-
T328Xander SchauffeleX. Schauffele-9-3F68647267271$33,568.570-
T3218Rory SabbatiniR. Sabbatini-9EF71656570271$33,568.570-
T391Adam SchenkA. Schenk-8-2F70656968272$23,560.000-
T391Dominic BozzelliD. Bozzelli-8-2F70676768272$23,560.000-
T3911Matt JonesM. Jones-8-1F67686869272$23,560.000-
T3911Corey ConnersC. Conners-8-1F70666769272$23,560.000-
T3911Keegan BradleyK. Bradley-8-3F70686767272$23,560.000-
T3917Jonathan RandolphJ. Randolph-8-4F69686966272$23,560.000-
T3925Ryan ArmourR. Armour-8+1F67676771272$23,560.000-
T3925Nate LashleyN. Lashley-8+1F68676671272$23,560.000-
T473Marc LeishmanM. Leishman-7-2F68667168273$15,925.150-
T477John PetersonJ. Peterson-7-1F66647469273$15,925.150-
T473Jason KokrakJ. Kokrak-7-2F67706868273$15,925.140-
T4726Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo-7+1F68676771273$15,925.140-
T473Conrad ShindlerC. Shindler-7-2F66726768273$15,925.140-
T4712J.J. SpaunJ.J. Spaun-7-4F67707066273$15,925.140-
T4712Roberto DiazR. Diaz-7-4F70677066273$15,925.140-
T545Seamus PowerS. Power-6-3F68687167274$14,198.000-
T545Hudson SwaffordH. Swafford-6-3F68667367274$14,198.000-
T5411Stephan JaegerS. Jaeger-6-4F68707066274$14,198.000-
T5411Shugo ImahiraS. Imahira-6-4F67717066274$14,198.000-
T5830Lanto GriffinL. Griffin-5+2F67706672275$13,578.000-
T588Tyrone van AswegenT. van Aswegen-5EF68686970275$13,578.000-
T588Brian GayB. Gay-5EF70686770275$13,578.000-
T582Ryan PalmerR. Palmer-5-1F71647169275$13,578.000-
T582Sam RyderS. Ryder-5-1F68706869275$13,578.000-
T587Si Woo KimS. Woo Kim-5-3F67717067275$13,578.000-
6424Harris EnglishH. English-4+2F69657072276$13,144.000-
T6544Scott BrownS. Brown-3+5F69676675277$12,958.000-
T657William McGirtW. McGirt-3-3F66727267277$12,958.000-
T678John OdaJ. Oda-2+1F68706971278$12,710.000-
T673Blayne BarberB. Barber-2-1F68697269278$12,710.000-
T694Kevin TwayK. Tway-1+1F71667171279$12,338.000-
T694Andrew PutnamA. Putnam-1+1F71667171279$12,338.000-
T693Steve AllanS. Allan-1-1F68707269279$12,338.000-
T696Colt KnostC. Knost-1-2F68707368279$12,338.000-
T731D.A. PointsD.A. PointsEEF68707270280$11,966.000-
T733Joel DahmenJ. DahmenE-2F68707468280$11,966.000-
7516Matt EveryM. Every+1+4F65717174281$11,780.000-
766Vaughn TaylorV. Taylor+2+3F64737273282$11,656.000-
--Steve WheatcroftS. WheatcroftCUT-CUT7267----139$00-
--Brett StegmaierB. StegmaierCUT-CUT7168----139$00-
--Jon CurranJ. CurranCUT-CUT7168----139$00-
--Kelly KraftK. KraftCUT-CUT7168----139$00-
--Sang-Moon BaeS. BaeCUT-CUT6673----139$00-
--Rob OppenheimR. OppenheimCUT-CUT7069----139$00-
--Luke DonaldL. DonaldCUT-CUT7267----139$00-
--Fabian GomezF. GomezCUT-CUT7069----139$00-
--Russell HenleyR. HenleyCUT-CUT7267----139$00-
--Jamie LovemarkJ. LovemarkCUT-CUT7069----139$00-
--Benjamin SilvermanB. SilvermanCUT-CUT7169----140$00-
--Morgan HoffmannM. HoffmannCUT-CUT6971----140$00-
--Vijay SinghV. SinghCUT-CUT7169----140$00-
--K.J. ChoiK.J. ChoiCUT-CUT6971----140$00-
--Peter MalnatiP. MalnatiCUT-CUT6575----140$00-
--Billy Hurley IIIB. Hurley IIICUT-CUT7070----140$00-
--Greg ChalmersG. ChalmersCUT-CUT7169----140$00-
--Mackenzie HughesM. HughesCUT-CUT7070----140$00-
--Jimmy WalkerJ. WalkerCUT-CUT7466----140$00-
--Bill HaasB. HaasCUT-CUT7170----141$00-
--Mark WilsonM. WilsonCUT-CUT7368----141$00-
--Peter UihleinP. UihleinCUT-CUT7071----141$00-
--Luke ListL. ListCUT-CUT7368----141$00-
--Jim HermanJ. HermanCUT-CUT7071----141$00-
--Chris StroudC. StroudCUT-CUT6774----141$00-
--Troy MerrittT. MerrittCUT-CUT7368----141$00-
--Sean O'HairS. O'HairCUT-CUT7071----141$00-
--Ricky BarnesR. BarnesCUT-CUT7269----141$00-
--Tom LoveladyT. LoveladyCUT-CUT7368----141$00-
--Ethan TracyE. TracyCUT-CUT7071----141$00-
--Harold Varner, IIIH. Varner, IIICUT-CUT7072----142$00-
--Eric DugasE. DugasCUT-CUT7171----142$00-
--Kevin NaK. NaCUT-CUT7171----142$00-
--Aaron BaddeleyA. BaddeleyCUT-CUT7270----142$00-
--Beau HosslerB. HosslerCUT-CUT6775----142$00-
--Ted Potter Jr.T. Potter Jr.CUT-CUT6874----142$00-
--Robert StrebR. StrebCUT-CUT6775----142$00-
--Jonas BlixtJ. BlixtCUT-CUT7270----142$00-
--Smylie KaufmanS. KaufmanCUT-CUT7270----142$00-
--Kyle ThompsonK. ThompsonCUT-CUT6973----142$00-
--Martin PillerM. PillerCUT-CUT7270----142$00-
--Aaron WiseA. WiseCUT-CUT6874----142$00-
--Andrew LandryA. LandryCUT-CUT6875----143$00-
--Brice GarnettB. GarnettCUT-CUT6875----143$00-
--Danny LeeD. LeeCUT-CUT7172----143$00-
--John HuhJ. HuhCUT-CUT7271----143$00-
--J.J. HenryJ.J. HenryCUT-CUT7370----143$00-
--Abraham AncerA. AncerCUT-CUT6974----143$00-
--Bronson BurgoonB. BurgoonCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Matt AtkinsM. AtkinsCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Tatsuya KodaiT. KodaiCUT-CUT7569----144$00-
--Cody GribbleC. GribbleCUT-CUT7173----144$00-
--Hyung-Sung KimH. KimCUT-CUT6876----144$00-
--Tyler OtaT. OtaCUT-CUT7074----144$00-
--Chad CampbellC. CampbellCUT-CUT7173----144$00-
--Tyler DuncanT. DuncanCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Andrew YunA. YunCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Omar UrestiO. UrestiCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Yusaku MiyazatoY. MiyazatoCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Gunn YangG. YangCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Michael KimM. KimCUT-CUT7075----145$00-
--Richy WerenskiR. WerenskiCUT-CUT6976----145$00-
--Ze-cheng DouZ. DouCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Cameron TringaleC. TringaleCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Whee KimW. KimCUT-CUT7176----147$00-
--Michael ThompsonM. ThompsonCUT-CUT7870----148$00-
--Satoshi KodairaS. KodairaCUT-CUT7575----150$00-
--Patrick RodgersP. RodgersWD-WD74------74$00-

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