Sony Open 2013 PGA Tour in Hawaii

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Russell Henley took the lead in Sunday's final round with a birdie on the opening hole and never looked back. He went on to shoot a 63 and win by three shots.
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Henley finished at 24-under 256, breaking the Sony Open scoring record by four shots.
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Henley was making his first career start at a full-time member of the PGA Tour.
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Fellow Tour rookies Russell Henley and Scott Langley were paired together for the final round.
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Chris Kirk shot a 66 and tied for fifth.
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Tim Clark was Henley's main challenger on Sunday. He shot a 63 and finished in second place, three shots back.
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Scott Langley made seven birdies and two bogeys to finish with a share of the lead heading into Sunday.
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Rookie Russell Henley birdied 18 tie Langley at the top of the leaderboard.
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Henley and Langley will be in the same group for the fourth straight day.
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Scott Piercy made five bogeys and three birdies for a 72.
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Matt Kuchar made two birdies and two bogeys for an even-par 70.
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Tim Clark birdied 18 to jump into third place.
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John Daly accidentally struck a rock on No. 6 and injured his shoulder. He finished with a 79.
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Vijay Singh birdied 18 for a two-under 68.
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Dustin Johnson, who won last week at Kapalua, withdrew after nine holes Friday due to the flu.
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Rookie Russell Henley leads by two after opening his PGA Tour career with rounds of 63-63.
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First-round leader Scott Langley is two shots back after a four-under 66.
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Scott Piercy is two shots off the lead after making four birdies and an eagle.
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Jeff Maggert made a birdie on 18 just as a rainbow appeared over Waialae Country Club.
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U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson made three birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
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Bud Cauley missed the cut with rounds of 75-67.
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After battling injuries, Tim Clark is back in contention at the Sony Open. He fired a 66 in the second round.
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Scott Langley shot an eight-under 62 to take the first round lead.
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Matt Kuchar fired a four-under 66.
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Scott Piercy had a 64 to get to six under.
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Dustin Johnson made bogey on his final two holes to finish with a 70.
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Johnson won the season-opening Tournament of Champions on Tuesday.
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Jeff Overton had a 65 on Thursday.
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Keegan Bradley made six birdies on his way to a 68.
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2012 U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love struggled to a 75.
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Carl Pettersson shot a two-under 68.