As the final group reached the back nine at the Sony Open in Honolulu on Sunday, five golfers shared the lead. Harris English, Jerry Kelly, Jeff Overton, Brian Stuard and Jimmy Walker - five of them across the Waialae Country Club track - and all that was missing was Dave Johnson's signature call,
What was shaping up as a thrilling finish at the short par-5 18th hole or, even more likely, a multi-man playoff, ended instead in regulation. With a Secretariat-like back-nine 30, Walker galloped away to defeat late-charging Chris Kirk ...
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