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Jason Day the Sony Open favorite

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HONOLULU, HI (TheSpread) – The PGA Tour remains in Hawaii this weekend for the Sony Open. Here is a look at the odds to win this tournament.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Jason Day is the favorite to win this title, as he has 12/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Jimmy Walker (16/1), Chris Kirk (18/1) and Matt Kuchar (18/1). This even will be held Jan. 15-18 at Waialae Golf Course.

Day is eighth in the world rankings and he has been playing very well as of late, finishing in the top 7 in his last five events that the has completed. He is coming off a third-place finish last week in the Tournament of Champions.

Walker won this event last year and he is currently 17th in the world rankings. He is coming off a second-place finish last week in Kapalua, losing to Patrick Reed in a playoff.

Kuchar is 11th in the world rankings while Kirk is 22nd. Kuchar has made his last 14 cuts with three top 10s in that span. Kirk has made nine straight cuts and has four top 10s during that span with one victory.

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