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Hahn rallies to win Sony Open

Patton Kizzire figured he was in for a long day when his putting stroke wasn’t up to his standards. He just wasn’t expecting the Sony Open to go this long. The longest playoff in more than five years on the PGA Tour finally ended Sunday when Kizzire two-putted for par from just off the green on the par-3 17th hole, ...

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Does success in the Sony Open foreshadow PGA Tour triumphs in 2018?

Patton Kizzire dramatically (mercifully?) won the 2018 Sony Open after six playoff holes with James Hahn on Sunday. Kizzire’s metronomic swing and deft short game prevailed in Honolulu as he collected the first full field event win of 2018. But what does winning this tournament mean for the rest of the year? Obviously winning any tournament is a confidence boost, ...

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Sony win helps Kizzire crack OWGR top 60

HONOLULU – No matter how talented or determined a player may be, winning is an acquired skill. Even Tiger Woods needed a few starts (four, actually) after turning pro before he figured out how to win on the PGA Tour. Perhaps a better example would be David Duval, who had played 86 events before he finally broke through at the ...

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