Postcards from the Sony Open in Hawaii
The best photos by SI's Robert Beck from the 2008 Sony Open in Hawaii.
Palm trees, sandy beaches and a classic golf courseeverything was in place as Boo Weekley putted Friday at Waialae Country Club.
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As the sun set on Waialae, Rory Sabbatini finished three shots behind Choi in second place.
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Thanks to an eagle on the last hole Sunday, Kevin Na finished in a tie for fourth place.
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After shooting 62 on Saturday, Tim Wilkinson was disappointed with his 78 on Sunday. He tied for 25th.
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Choi got a lot of support from the fans at the Sony Open.
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K.J. Choi's short game helped him avoid big numbers at Waialae Country Club. He won by three shots despite shooting one over par on Sunday.
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Jim Furyk reacted to missing a putt as the trade winds blew.
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All eyes were on Tadd Fujikawa as he tried to make the cut again at the Sony Open. He did it last year as an amateur, but this year as a professional his 74-70 was not good enough.
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John Daly and 17 other players made the cut at the Sony Open but did not play on the weekend because of a new wrinkle in the rules.
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Fans at Waialae had a chance to get up close and personal with Chad Campbell as he played this bunker shot.
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