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Byrd wins in a playoff

2011 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Results

KAPALUA, HI (TheSpread) – Jonathan Byrd won the first PGA event of 2011 as he won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on the second hole of a playoff with Robert Garrigus.

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Byrd and Garrigus each shot a 6-under 67 on Sunday to finish at 24-under for the tournament. The two played two holes in the playoff before Garrigus missed a short putt that gave Byrd the victory.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Sportsbook.com, Byrd had 40/1 odds to win the event, meaning a $100 bet on Byrd will pay out an additional, $4,000.

Graeme McDowell shot an 11-under 62 on Sunday to finish a shot out of the lead while Carl Pettersson and Steve Stricker each finished tied for fourth place at 20-under for the tournament.

2011 PGA Hyundai Tournament of Champions Top 10 Results
1 Jonathan Byrd -23 (268)*

2 Robert Garrigus -23 (268)

3 Graeme McDowell -23 (269)

T4 Carl Pettersson -20 (272)

T4 Steve Stricker -20 (272)

T6 Matt Kuchar -18 (274)

T6 Ian Poulter -18 (274)

8 Bill Haas -16 (276)

T9 Jason Day -14 (278)

T9 Jim Furyk -14 (278)

T9 Dustin Johnson -14 (278)

*Won in a playoff
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