Sony Open in Hawaii: Final RoundZach Johnson shot a 5-under 65 to win the Sony Open in Hawaii. It was Johnson's second win in his last six events.
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Nathan Green held a comfortable lead for most of the day. He finished at 8-under par.
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Mercedes winner Geoff Ogilvy shot a 1-under 69.
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Ernie Els, who has never finished outside the top 5 at the Sony Open, made the cut by one stroke.
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K.J. Choi made three birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
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After struggling with injuries in 2008, David Toms is off to a good start in '09. He shot a 4-under 66.
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Luke Donald made five birdies and five bogeys for a 70.
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Sony Open in Hawaii: Round 1
After winning the Mercedes-Benz Championship last week, Geoff Ogilvy continued his good play at the Sony Open. He fired a 4-under 66.
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Shigeki Maruyama grabbed a 1-shot lead after a birdie on No. 17.
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Boo Weekley got up-and-down from a bunker on No. 9, made birdie and shot a 66.
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Two-time Sony Open champ Ernie Els made a double bogey, three bogeys and three birdies.
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Former Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger shot a 2-under 68.
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Lorens Chan, 14, shot a 2-over 72.
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Zach Johnson made an eagle on No. 9 to shoot a 1-under 69.
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Charles Howell III made four birdies and one bogey for a 67.
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Tom Pernice Jr. holed out from the fairway on 18 to finish with a share of the lead.
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Sony Open in Hawaii: Round 2
First-round leader Shigeki Maruyama fought through wind and rain to shoot a 2-under 68.
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Johnson finished in the top 10 in both events in Hawaii.
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Johnson's caddie, Damon Green, caps each victory with a dance.
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David Toms was only one shot behind Johnson going into the par-5 18th, but Toms found a fairway bunker off the tee, and he finished with a par.
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Adam Scott shot a 30 on the back nine to tie for second.
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Charles Howell III finished fourth after he three-putted the 18th green.
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A day after shooting an 8-under 62, Tadd Fujikawa was two shots off the lead and in position to become the youngest winner in PGA Tour history. But he struggled from the start, shot a 3-over 73 and tied for 32nd.
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Sony Open in Hawaii: Round 3Tadd Fujikawa, a high school senior, shot an 8-under 62 to move into position for his first win.
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Fujikawa's day began with birdies on Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
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Fujikawa settled for a birdie on No. 9 after just missing an eagle.
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Zach Johnson finished with a two-shot lead after a 4-under 66. Johnson made only one birdie on the back nine.
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Shigeki Maruyama, who got into the Sony Open on a sponsor's exemption, is one shot behind Johnson.
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Nathan Green shot a 1-under 69.
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Tom Pernice Jr. started the day tied for the lead, but he dropped back to T31 after a 5-over 75.
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Ernie Els made five birdies and three bogeys for a 68.
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Stewart Cink closed with two birdies to shoot a 71.
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