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2015 Sony Open in Hawaii
January 9-12, 2015
Waialae Country Club
Purse: $5.5 million
Winning Share: $990,000
FedExCup Points: 500
2015 Sony Open Golf Betting Bonus Code
Golf betting fans
around the world have something to look forward to at
the start of 2015. The Sony Open in Hawaii tees off the
full-field PGA Tour schedule, on the heels of last
SBS Championship won by Geoff
Ogilvy. Ogilvy isn't playing this week, but those who
are playing include Ernie Els, Rickie Fowler, defending
champion Zach Johnson and Steve Stricker.
The Sony Open in Hawaii
will be the highlight for PGA in January. The Sony
Open in Hawaii will be the first key event for
professional golfers and sports betting fans. For
bettors, there is nothing better than to start the year
right with a good draw.
Week two of the PGA season wraps up the so called
"Hawaii swing" with the pros making their way to Waialae
CC for the Sony Open. The Sony Open in Hawaii is part of
the PGA Tour and the FedEX Cup Series. Waialae CC has
hosted the Sony Open since 1965 and hasn't changed
dramatically in that time. At just over 7,000 yards, its
short by modern standards, but the small, fast greens
and usually-present wind ensure it still provides a
Defending champion, Zach Johnson, hardly set Oahu alight
in previous attempts before being crowned champion last
year, his best record prior to that was T-32, he also
failed to make the cut on his first competitive start on
Bet 2015 Sony Open Championship Golf
Course: Waialae Country Club, Honolulu, Hawaii (par-70,
2009 Winner: Zach Johnson (15 under)
Sony Open Championship Results
2016 Sony Open Championship Winner
Jimmy Walker shoots a final-round 63 to claim his second win on the PGA TOUR at the 2016 Sony-Hawaii Open. Walker birdied four of his final six holes for an impressive 7-under 63.
2013 Sony Open Championship Winner
The 23-year-old Russell Henley, finished at 24-under 256, closing out his final round with five straight birdies en route to a back-nine 29.
He finished three shots ahead of Tim Clark.
2012 Sony Open Championship Winner
Johnson Wagner claims third PGA win at 2012 Sony Open Championship at Waialae Country Club. He played bogey-free over the last 12 holes, a winning recipe on a tough day, and closed with a 3-under 67 for a two-shot victory that filled him with even more confidence about his game and the rest of the PGA season.
2011 Sony Open Championship Winner
Mark Wilson finished at 16-under 264, played his final 40 holes without a bogey. That proved significant at a couple of points in the final round. He got into trouble on the eighth hole and was 150 yards out in the fairway playing his third shot, sure to lose some of his two-shot lead. But he stuffed it to 7 feet for par, then birdied the ninth to expand his lead to four. The victory, worth $990,000, was important to Wilson for a couple of reasons. He is in the last year of his exemption from winning in Mexico in 2009, and he is coming off a poor season in which he had only two top 10s.
2010 Sony Open Championship Winner
|Ryan Palmer went from
anxious to overwhelmed in a matter of seconds when his
chip hit the pin, that left him a tap-in for birdie and
a one-shot victory in the Sony Open, when Robert Allenby
missed a 10-foot birdie putt.
Palmer, who finished 150th on the money list last year,
is exempt on the PGA Tour through 2012. He's going to
the Masters for the first time in five years. He can add
The Players Championship and PGA Championship to his
list, along with at least one World Golf Championship.
Sony Open Winners
- 2009 Zach Johnson
- 2008 K.J. Choi
- 2007 Paul Goydos
- 2006 David Toms
- 2005 Vijay Singh
- 2004 Ernie Els
- 2003 Ernie Els
- 2002 Jerry Kelly
- 2001 Brad Faxon
- 2000 Paul Azinger
- 1999 Jeff Sluman