Wagner wins 2012 Sony Open

2012 sony open results johnson wagner

HONOLULU, HI (TheSpread) – Johnson Wagner got his 2012 season off to a good start on Sunday, as he picked up a two-shot win in the 2012 Sony Open.

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Wagner didn’t have to do too much in the final round, as he shot just a 3-under 67, but that was enough to get the victory over four other golfers, as he finished at -13 for the tournament.

The victory was Wagner’s third of his PGA career. Oddsmakers gave him 125/1 odds to win the title coming into the tournament, meaning a wager of $100 will pay out an additional $12,500.

Matt Every came into the final round with the lead, as he was 12-under par. But, Every shot a 2-over 270 on Sunday to fall back to -10 overall for the tournament, which put him in a tie for sixth place with three other golfers.

For complete top 5 results from the Sony Open, see below.

2012 Sony Open Top 5 Results

1 Johnson Wagner -13 (267)

T2 Carl Pettersson -11 (269)

T2 Sean O’Hair -11 (269)

T2 Harrison Frazar -11 (269)

T2 Charles Howell III -11 (269)

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