The Sony Open was played in 36 holes today after having to squeeze it all in during 3 days of sunshine on the south shore of Oahu with Mark Wilson the winner.
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As of right now the 2011 Sony Open, the second PGA tour stop of the year will get underway tomorrow amongst predicted 30 mph winds and spotty rainstorms.
Jonathon Byrd didn’t need his hole-in-one like he did in Las Vegas to win this playoff, but he did get a little bad luck for Robert Garrigus to win the first PGA Tour event of the year.
The PGA golf season has started and although there is no Tiger Woods at the Plantation course there is plenty of solid golf being played. Check out the leaders.
Tadd Fujikawa finally won away from Hawaii and heads into the top 5 on the eGolf Tour money list this year making way for PGA Tour Q-School.
Tadd Fujikawa, the young golfer from Hawaii who made a splash at the Sony Open in 2007 is leading the way at the eGolf Tour’s flagship tournament.
The Sony Open 2010 finished up the weekend with excitment that came down to the last hole and the last pairing of the day.
Tadd Fujikawa and others struggled in day 2 while Zach Johnson Steve Stricker and more continued their stance at the top of the leaderboard.
Tadd Fujikawa is set to tee for the second round of the Sony Open and needs to have a better round than yesterday to make it to the weekend.
Tadd Fujikawa finishes day one of the Sony Open in the middle of the pack and prepares for day two at Waialae Country Club.