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Week 2 of the PGA Tour’s Hawaiian double takes place at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. The Sony Open is the first full-field tournament of the new year, coming after last week’s limited-field Sentry Tournament of Champions.
The Maui champion, Harris English, is in this week’s field, looking to do what Justin Thomas did in 2017 and Ernie Els did in 2003, and win both Hawaiian events. But English isn’t the betting favorite.
Here’s a look at the notable odds to win the Sony Open in Hawaii:
+1200: Webb Simpson
+1300: Collin Morikawa
+1400: Harris English
+1800: Daniel Berger, Sungjae Im
+2000: Hideki Matsuyama
+2200: Joaquin Niemann
+2500: Cameron Smith
+2800: Kevin Kisner, Abraham Ancer
+3000: Ryan Palmer, Russell Henley
+3300: Adam Scott, Matt Kuchar
+4000: Zach Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Brendon Todd, Billy Horschel, Lanto Griffin
+5000: Brian Harman, Charles Howell III, Marc Leishman, Jason Kokrak, Emiliano Grillo, Sebastian Munoz
+6000: Kevin Na, Erik van Rooyen
+6600: Si Woo Kim
+7000: Patton Kizzire, Carlos Ortiz, Talor Gooch
+8000: Chez Reavie, Keegan Bradley, Russell Knox, Matthew NeSmith
+9000: Scott Piercy, Tom Hoge, Mackenzie Hughes, J.T. Poston
+10000: Rory Sabbatini, Cameron Davis, Branden Grace, Brandt Snedeker
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