Matt Kuchar wins Sony Open in Hawaii, his second victory since turning 40. On Sunday night he found himself getting philosophical, quoting a wise, old sage from New York. You know, the one married to Beyonce.
If there’s one thing that Bryson DeChambeau has proven in his young career it’s that he’s a different sort of cat when it comes to how he approaches the game. But underneath all that science is something more old fashioned: Hard work.
Matt Kuchar is well known for the backdoor top 10, meaning he often shoots a low round on Sunday to crack the top 10 of the leader board after starting the day well outside it.
Chez Reavie, seriously? He holes out for eagles on three par 4s in second round of Sony Open in Hawaii
Two years ago, Chez Reavie was chasing 59 in the final round of the Sony Open in Hawaii before he settled for a 61. This time, he succeeded in adding his name to the record book, albeit for a different reason.
Matt Kuchar snapped a lengthy win drought this past November, capturing his first victory on the PGA Tour in four years, sixth months and 22 days, to be exact. Following a pair of 63s at the Sony Open in Hawaii, Kuchar has given himself a chance to win again.
“What’s wrong with Jordan Spieth?” is a question that has been posed plenty of times before. We’ve simply inserted a new name into the query.
Add Jordan Spieth to the list of doubters.
When it comes to legendary Sony Open stories, none will ever top the tale of Tadd Fujikawa. Until this week maybe...
Vijay Singh, always seeking ways to improve, was seen Tuesday morning putting with a bright red ball on the practice green at Waialae Country Club. He could move it only a few inches.
Chris Thompson, a rookie at 42, recalls 20-hour car ride to U.S. Open qualifier at which Greg Norman arrived via helicopter
Chris Thompson, the 42-year-old rookie from Lawrence, Kan., had some travel troubles getting to Oahu for his debut in the Sony Open in Hawaii. He was supposed to arrive a day earlier, on Sunday. But after 19 years trying to reach the PGA Tour, a slight delay wasn’t a big deal.
Masters-bound Charles Howell III looks forward to April after fearing his only way back to Augusta was his son ‘qualifying for Drive, Chip and Putt’
There are a lot of perks for winning on the PGA Tour. The most luxurious being a ticket to paradise for last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, where whales breech in the distance, WAGs lounge at the nearby Ritz Carlton and players are treated to no cut and free money and World Ranking points.