Reed wins first PGA event of 2015

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KAPALUA, HI (TheSpread) – It took an extra hole, but Patrick Reed found himself the winner in the first PGA Tour event of 2015, as he won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Monday.

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Reed shot a 6-under 67 on Monday to get to -21 for the tournament, which tied Jimmy Walker for the best score. Walker shot a 69 on Monday to get to the top spot. In the first playoff hole, Reed carded a 4 while Walker settled for a 5, giving Reed the victory.

According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Reed came into this tournament with 22/1 odds to win, which means a wager of $100 on him to prevail will pay out an additional $2,200.

Reed was steady all weekend, shooting a 67, 69, 68 and then another 67 today. One person that made a big run on Monday was Jason Day, who shot an impressive 11-under 62 on Monday to finish at -20 for the tournament. Russell Henley and Hideki Matsuyama also finished at -20 for the tournament. Pre-tournament favorite, Bubba Watson, finished in 10th by himself after shooting -15 for the event.

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