Hideki Matsuyama eagled the first playoff hole to come from behind and beat Russell Henley at the Sony Open for his eighth PGA Tour victory, lifting him into a tie for the most wins ever by an Asian-born player.
Russell Henley fired two eagles in a seven-under-par 63 on Friday to seize a three-shot lead over China’s Li Haotong through two rounds of the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Justin Thomas recorded the lowest 72-hole total in PGA Tour history at Waialae Country Club this week, wrapping up the Sony Open in 253 shots. ‘It’s been an unbelievable week,’ he said. ‘This win meant a lot because of how I did it. It’s my first wire-to-wire win and I had a hard time getting focused out there today. To be… Read more →
Justin Thomas set a new benchmark on the PGA Tour of 17 under par after 36 holes, the lowest total achieved by a player in two rounds. The 23 year old became only the seventh player to shoot 59 on the PGA Tour during the first round of the Sony Open on Thursday, then carded 64 on Friday to make… Read more →
Justin Thomas became the seventh player in PGA Tour history to shoot 59 when he eagled the final hole of his first round at the Sony Open on Thursday. The 23-year-old became the youngest player in that tour’s history to break 60, joining an elite club that includes Al Geiberger, Chip Beck, David Duval, Paul Goydos, Stuart Appleby, and Jim… Read more →