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2019 Sony Open Betting Odds

Date: Jan 10-13, 2019
Course: Waialae CC
Honolulu, Hawaii
Established: 1965
Purse: $5,500,000
FedEX Cup Points: 500
Defending Champ: Patton Kizzire

PGA Tour hits Hawaii on January as the 2019 Sony Open begins to play on Jan. 10-13 from Waialae Course One. Waialae CC measures just over 7,000 yards and the par-70 track has been ranked in the middle of the pack in terms of difficulty.

So, let the golf betting action warm you up, as much of the United States shivers through frigid temperatures, the PGA betting action will continue for the second consecutive week in Hawaii. A total purse of $5,500,000 dollars will be split up between the PGA qualifiers.

The Sony Open in Hawaii is part of the PGA Tour and the FedEX Cup Series. This event attended by many golfers for the beach and the sunny weather at a time when there is still winter in the north, has become a popular kick-off tournament. Since the tournament started in 1965, the Sony Open has always been in Hawaii.

Mark Wilson is the defending champion and will have to contend with a full field this week with all but 20 players making their PGA debut. The golf betting odds for this week's PGA Tour Sony Open in Hawaii have been released by Bookmaker Sportsbook.

Sony Open Championship Winners

2018 Sony Open Championship Winner: Patton Kizzire

2017 Sony Open Championship Winner: Justin Thomas

2016 Sony Open Championship Winner: Fabián Gómez

2015 Sony Open Championship Winner: Jimmy Walker

2014 Sony Open Championship Winner

Jimmy Walker finished one shot ahead of the field to take the 2014 Sony Open title by finish on 17-under par, one shot ahead of fellow American Chris Kirk, and two clear of Harris English.

2013 Sony Open Championship Winner

Russell Henley set a tournament scoring record and rookie record for the lowest 72-hole total in PGA TOUR history on his way to winning the 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii in his first start as a member of the TOUR.

2012 Sony Open Championship Winner

Johnson Wagner gets Sony Open victory by 2 strokes. Wagner carded a 3-under 67 in the final round to earn a two-shot victory at the 2012 Sony Open in Hawaii. He finished at 13-under 267 and earned $990,000, was among six players who had at least a share of the lead at some point in the final round.

2011 Sony Open Championship Winner

Mark Wilson won the Sony Open 2011 at the Waialae Country Club in Hawaii when he carved a 16-under-par in the 72-hole session. There was a point when the spectators thought that Wilson would lose the lead on the eighth hole. However, he putted 7 feet from the green and managed to par the hole. This PGA Golf Victory automaticly makes him eligible for the Masters

2010 Sony Open Championship Winner

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Ryan Palmer went from anxious to overwhelmed in a matter of seconds when his chip hit the pin, that left him a tap-in for birdie and a one-shot victory in the Sony Open, when Robert Allenby missed a 10-foot birdie putt

Palmer, who finished 150th on the money list last year, is exempt on the PGA Tour through 2019. He's going to the Masters for the first time in five years. He can add The Players Championship and PGA Championship to his list, along with at least one World Golf Championship.

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