Sony Open R1
Collated first round scores in the USPGA Tour Sony Open in Hawaii, Waialae CC, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America
(USA unless stated, par 70):
63 Sang-moon Bae (Kor)
64 Chris Kirk
65 Brian Stuard, Ryan Palmer
66 John Daly, Jason Kokrak, Retief Goosen (Rsa), Jimmy Walker, Daniel Summerhays, Hideto Tanihara (Jpn), Harris English
67 Jerry Kelly, Jason Dufner, Adam Scott (Aus), William McGirt, Kevin Foley, Ben Martin, Billy Hurley III, Marc Leishman (Aus), K J Choi (Kor), Boo Weekley, Ryuji Imada (Jpn), James Hahn, Brice Garnett
68 Jeff Overton, David Hearn (Can), Joe Durant, Justin Leonard, John Peterson, Roberto Castro, Ken Duke, Scott Gardiner (Aus), Brendon De Jonge , Pat Perez, Chris Stroud, Zach Johnson, Tim Herron, Greg Chalmers (Aus), Matt Kuchar, Mark Wilson, Derek Ernst, Charlie Beljan, Ricky Barnes, Robert Allenby (Aus), Miguel Angel Carballo (Arg), Morgan Hoffmann, Russell Knox (Sco)
69 Spencer Levin, Justin Hicks, Heath Slocum, Alex Prugh, Brad Fritsch (Can), Tyrone Van Aswegen (Rsa), Yusaku Miyazato (Jpn), Peter Malnati, Brian Harman, Stewart Cink, Charlie Wi (Kor), Will Wilcox, John Rollins, Matthew Every, Jim Herman, Johnson Wagner, Bronson La’cassie (Aus)
70 Seung-yul Noh (Kor), Derek Tolan, Hudson Swafford, Eric Dugas, Woody Austin, Wes Roach, Matt Bettencourt, Robert Streb, Will MacKenzie, Vijay Singh (Fij), Stuart Appleby (Aus), Jordan Spieth, Bobby Gates, Michael Putnam, Toshinori Muto (Jpn), Kevin Na, Kenny Perry, D.A. Points, Jeff Maggert, Brendon Todd, Troy Merritt, Jonathan Byrd, Hyung-sung Kim (Kor)
71 Scott Brown, Brian Gay, Andrew Svoboda, Alex Aragon, Tim Wilkinson (Nzl), Charles Howell III, D.h Lee (Kor), Scott Langley, Bo Van Pelt, Briny Baird, Will Claxton, David Lingmerth (Swe), Scott Piercy, Chad Collins, John Huh, Scott Verplank
72 William Liu (Chn), John Senden (Aus), Jim Renner, Steven Bowditch (Aus), Chesson Hadley, Fred Funk, Michael Thompson, Yuta Ikeda (Jpn), Martin Trainer, Carl Pettersson (Swe), Masahiro Kawamura (Jpn), Kevin Kisner, Josh Teater, Tommy Gainey
73 Rory Sabbatini (Rsa), Erik Compton, Nicholas Thompson, Guan Tianlang (Chn), Jamie Lovemark, Edward Loar, Danny Lee (Nzl), Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn), Mike Weir (Can), Russell Henley, Kevin Tway, Tim Clark (Rsa), Cameron Tringale, Y.E. Yang (Kor), Frank Lickliter II
74 Daniel Chopra (Swe), Ted Potter, Jr., Paul Goydos, Kirk Nelson, Mark Anderson, Andrew Loupe
75 Sean O’Hair, Shane Bertsch, Lee Williams
76 Bud Cauley, Troy Matteson
78 Jared Sawada
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