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Stuard leads by one shot after latest 65 at Waialae

January 11, 2014
By DOUG FERGUSON , The Associated Press

HONOLULU - Brian Stuard had his fourth consecutive round of 65 at the Sony Open. Too bad it was only Friday.

Stuard completed his second round with an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole at Waialae Country Club for a 5-under 65 that gave him a one-shot lead over Marc Leishman and Hideto Tanihara.

Stuard, a 31-year-old who is in his third year on the PGA Tour, was at 10-under 130.

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Brian Stuard waves to the gallery at Waialae Country Club’s 18th green Friday during the second round of the Sony Open.

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He had a 65-65 weekend at Waialae last year to tie for fifth, his best finish on tour outside of "opposite-field" events, and has seven straight rounds in the 60s at Waialae dating to his first trip in 2010.

"I think it's something to do with the greens," Stuard said. "I feel comfortable on the greens. I feel like I read them pretty well and I'm able to make putts."

Leishman also made an eagle on the ninth hole, which was in the middle of his round and part of a three-hole stretch he played in 4 under.

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PGA TOUR SONY OPEN

Friday's Second Round

At Honolulu

Brian Stuard65-65—130-10
Marc Leishman67-64—131-9
Hideto Tanihara66-65—131-9
Harris English66-66—132-8
Jason Kokrak66-67—133-7
Jimmy Walker66-67—133-7
Adam Scott67-66—133-7
Chris Kirk64-69—133-7
Sang-Moon Bae63-70—133-7
Chris Stroud68-65—133-7
Jerry Kelly67-67—134-6
Boo Weekley67-67—134-6
Hudson Swafford70-64—134-6
Greg Chalmers68-66—134-6
Matt Every69-65—134-6
Justin Leonard68-66—134-6
Zach Johnson68-67—135-5
Ryan Palmer65-70—135-5
Will Wilcox69-66—135-5
Pat Perez68-67—135-5
James Hahn67-68—135-5
Brian Harman69-66—135-5
Retief Goosen66-69—135-5
Jason Dufner67-68—135-5
K.J. Choi67-69—136-4
Mark Wilson68-68—136-4
Derek Tolan70-66—136-4
Ben Martin67-69—136-4
Brendon Todd70-66—136-4
Ryuji Imada67-69—136-4
Jeff Overton68-68—136-4
Robert Allenby68-68—136-4
Matt Kuchar68-68—136-4
Billy Hurley III67-69—136-4
Seung-Yul Noh70-66—136-4
Daniel Summerhays66-71—137-3
Ricky Barnes68-69—137-3
John Peterson68-69—137-3
Morgan Hoffmann68-69—137-3
Kevin Na70-67—137-3
John Rollins69-68—137-3
Heath Slocum69-69—138-2
David Hearn68-70—138-2
Spencer Levin69-69—138-2
Michael Putnam70-68—138-2
Scott Verplank71-67—138-2
Russell Henley73-65—138-2
Stewart Cink69-69—138-2
Steven Bowditch72-66—138-2
Stuart Appleby70-68—138-2
Tyrone Van Aswegen69-69—138-2
Peter Malnati69-69—138-2
Brice Garnett67-71—138-2
Hyung-Sung Kim70-68—138-2
Tim Wilkinson71-67—138-2
Paul Goydos74-64—138-2
Tim Herron68-70—138-2
Justin Hicks69-69—138-2
Charlie Beljan68-70—138-2
Charles Howell III71-67—138-2
John Huh71-67—138-2
Scott Brown71-67—138-2
Eric Dugas70-68—138-2
Chad Collins71-67—138-2
Miguel Angel Carballo68-70—138-2

Tanihara had six birdies in a round of a 65.

Harris English (66) was at 132, and Masters champion Adam Scott (66) was one of six players at 133.

James Hahn made an albatross 2 on the par-5 ninth, the first one at Waialae since Terry Mauney in 1978, on the way to a 68 that left him at 135.

Also at 135 was Zach Johnson (67), who on Monday won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at the Kapalua Plantation Course.

 
 

 

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