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The Sony Open is one of the big tour events on the 2018 PGA Tour, with many of the world’s top golfers taking part.

Hawaii’s Waialae Country Club once again hosts the tournament, which has been running since 1965.

Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are both competing at the Sony Open this year.

Thomas won the tournament by a staggering seven strokes off England’s Justin Rose.

Thomas shot 27-under over the four days to take home the €1m winners’ cheque.

Only two non-Americans have won the Sony Open since 2005.

Spieth is the favourite to claim victory over the weekend but must get off to a good start when he tees off on Thursday.


Brian Harman finds himself on the top of the tree in Honolulu after the second round – having been in a similar position in the Sentry Tournament of Champions on the islands last week.

The American climbed two places with his seven-under round of 63 to go three shots clear at 13 under for the Sony Open.

Starting on the back nine, Harman was three-under at the turn, and followed up with three birdies on the second, third and fourth.

The only blot in the book was a bogey on the seventh, but he finished with a flourish: sinking a 17-foot putt for eagle on the par-5 ninth.

Overnight leaders Chris Kirk and Zach Johnson both carded 67s and are tied for second place on 10 under, alongside John Peterson, Tom Hoge and Talor Gooch.

A trio of Americans – Patton Kizzire, Ollie Schneiderjans and Kyle Stanley – sit one shot behind them tied for seventh.

Jordan Speith’s round of 68 was a lot less eventful than Thursday’s where he hit a quadruple bogey.

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