Sony Open 2014, PGA Tour

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Jimmy Walker birdied four of his last six holes for a 7-under 63 and a one shot victory over Chris Kirk.
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Walker's Sunday 63 was the lowest finish by a winner so far in this young 2013-2014 PGA Tour season.
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Walker climbed to the top of a crowded Sony Open leaderboard as a total of 19 players earned a Top 10 finish, with 12 finishing T8 at 10-under.
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Winless in his first 187 tournaments, Walker now has two wins in his last six starts.
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Walker's family -- his wife, Erin, and his sons, Beckett and McLain -- helped Jimmy celebrate his victory.
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Chris Kirk, the 54-hole leader, shot a 4-under 66 to fall a stroke behind Walker.
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Kirk had a chance to tie Walker and force a playoff with an eagle on 18, but he ran his chip shot past the hole.
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Jerry Kelly shot a 5-under 65 to climb into third place. It was the 47-year-old's best finish on Tour since finishing third at the 2011 Honda Classic.
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Harris English flirted with the lead, but a late bogey on 15 ended his chances. His 3-under 67 landed him in fourth place.
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Adam Scott tore up the back nine with five birdies and stormed up the leaderboard into second place, but two bogeys on the front nine dropped him back to T8.
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Adam Scott only trails by three after shooting 66 in the second round.
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Scott still wields and anchors a long putter.
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James Hahn made a rare albatross on the par-5 9th hole on his way to shooting 68.
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Brian Stuard shot his second-straight 65 to take the lead.
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Jason Dufner shot a 68.
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Zach Johnson, who won last week at Kapalua, had a 67 on day two to get to five under.
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Jordan Spieth shot a disappointing 71 to fall to one over and miss the cut.
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Ryan Palmer prepares for his approach into the scenic 16th green. Palmer shot a 70.
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Australian Marc Leishman is one back at nine under.
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Jason Kokrak shot a 67.
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Thursday Adam Scott got off to a good start in the first round of the Sony Open. He shot a 67.
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Scott finished last year with a bang, nearly winning the Australian Triple Crown.
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Sang-Moon Bae grabbed the first-round lead with a seven-under 63.
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John Daly started the year off right with an opening-round 66.
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Jason Dufner is tied with Adam Scott at three under.
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Thanks to his win at Oak Hill in August, Dufner is starting the year as a major champion for the first time.
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2013 Rookie of the Year Jordan Spieth nearly won last week at Kapalua. He shot a 70 Thursday.
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Matt Kuchar shot a 68.
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Jimmy Walker shot a four-under 66.
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Harris English also had a 66.