Matt Kuchar captures the Sony Open in Hawaii title at Waialae Country Club.Kooch and Trophy / getty
Matt shot a final round -4 under par 66 to win the Sony Open in Hawaii by four strokes at -22 under par, despite throwing in a three putt;
“It was so uncharacteristic of me, but I kept plugging along, and I knew good things were going to happen.”
” To win two out of three is crazy to comprehend.”
“I want to see how great this year can be.”
Andrew Putnam was second at -18 under par, poor putting gave him a last round score of -2 under 68;
“I just felt like I was seeing the line and speed really well.”
“I usually die my putts in and play a lot of break.”
“On these greens that’s what you got to do. I felt like I was rolling it right on my line and felt really comfortable on the greens.”
Four players were then tied in third place at -17 under par, Marc Leishman, Australia, -6 under par 64 today, Cory Conners, Canada, also -6 under, Chez Reavie, -3 under 67 and Hudson Swafford with another -6 under.
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