Wilson wins Sony Open

2011 Golf Results Sony Open Mark Wilson

KAPALUA, HI (TheSpread) – Mark Wilson won his third career PGA event on Sunday as he won the 2011 Sony Open by two strokes.

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Wilson shot a 3-under 67 on Sunday to finish at -16 for the tournament to hold off Tim Clark and Steve Marino, who finished tied for second at 14-under overall

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

Clark made the biggest jump up the leaderboard during the final round as he shot a 6-under 64 on Sunday, but it wasn’t quite enough to get the win.

Pre-event favorite, Steve Stricker, finished tied for ninth for the tournament at -10 after shooting a 4-under 66 on Sunday.

2011 PGA Sony Open Top 10 Results
1 Mark Wilson -16 (264)

T2 Tim Clark -14 (266)

T2 Steve Marino -14 (266)

4 Jimmy Walker -13 (267)

T5 Matt Bettencourt -12 (268)

T5 Matt Kuchar -12 (268)

T7 Shigeki Maruyama -11 (269)

T7 Roland Thatcher -11 (269)

T9 Chris Riley -10 (270)

T9 Jerry Kelly -10 (270)

T9 Steve Stricker -10 (270)

T9 Davis Love III -10 (270)

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