Henley wins Sony Open

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HONOLULU, HI (TheSpread) – Rookie Russell Henley picked up a big win for his career on Sunday, as he won the 2013 Sony Open by three shots.

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Henley had a stellar weekend, shooting a 7-under 63 in three of his four rounds, including Sunday’s final round, to finish the tournament at -24 overall, three shot ahead of Tim Clark, who came in second at -21.

According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Henley had 80/1 odds to win this tournament, which means a $100 wager on him to win will pay out an additional $8,000.

Clark also shot a 7-under 63 on Sunday to finish in second. He was four shots ahead of Charles Howell III and Scott Langley, who each finished the tournament at -17 overall.

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For a look at the top 5 results from the 2013 Sony Open, see below.

2013 Sony Open Odds Top 5 Results

1. Russell Henley -24 (256)

2. Tim Clark -21 (259)

T3. Charles Howell III -17 (263)

T3. Scott Langley -17 (263)

T5. Matt Kuchar -16 (264)

T5. Brian Stuard -16 (264)

T5. Chris Kirk -16 (264)

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