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11 hours ago, e6892345 said:

Prevailed at what?

The way the Golf Channel worded their original post implied that the winner at Kapalua won a lot the next week at the Sony. They meant to say that the winner at the Sony often played the week before at Kapalua.

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Don´t care about wording, just give me golf 24/7! (addicted ja)

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19 hours ago, p1n9183 said:

Don´t care about wording, just give me golf 24/7! (addicted ja)

I agree...it was cool watching golf last night (in prime time). The more times I watch the Sony Open, the more it makes me want to play that golf course. Not sure if it's private. Probably. 

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Noticed probably 4 or 5 different players that left the flagstick in on longer (outside of 30-40 ft) putts last night. 

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57 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

Not sure if it's private. Probably.

It is private yes. Which sucks because it has some pretty cool template holes on it. 

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16 is the one with the palm tree “W” behind it and the 17th is that really tough par 3 on the ocean.

And it’s “always” been like that as far back as I can remember.  But for some reason I had it in my head that last year they swapped nines, which seemed odd to me since those two holes down the stretch are the famous ones.

Am I crazy?

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14 minutes ago, Golfingdad said:

Am I crazy?

16,928 posts make the likely answer to be yes

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6 hours ago, Bucki1968 said:

Not sure if it's private.

A private club but open to guests at a sister hotel on Waikiki.

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13 hours ago, Shindig said:

Chez Reavie, three eagles today, all on par-4s.  

All hole outs from 100+ yards. Amazing.

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There have been many Eagles during this event.

Those I recall just on #18 - Leishman, JT holed greenside bunker shot, Kucher 

But Reavie sets records.

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Nice watching prime time golf.   I will be Flipping back and forth tonight with football and UK game 

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Koosh with a nice fist pump knowing it seals the deal

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In the final round of the 2019 Sony Open in Hawaii, Matt Kuchar rolls in a 13-footer for birdie at the par-4 15th hole.

After a bad start on the front nine (3 bogeys and 1 bird ) he came on strong on the back.
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