$5,600,000 Sony Open in Hawaii Leaderboard Scores
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Club: Waialae Country Club (Par 70 - 7,044 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Russell Henley earned his first PGA Tour win with a tournament record score of 24-under 256 ... The old mark of 260 was set by John Huston in 1998 and tied by Brad Faxon in 2001 ... Henley and Scott Langley set a new 54-hole scoring record with their total of 193 ... Huston set the old mark of 194 in 1998 and Faxon matched it in 2001 ... Henley, the second-round leader, set a new 36-hole tournament scoring record with his total of 126 ... The old mark of 128 was set by Davis Love III in 1994 and matched three times since.
Player Score Money Hole
Russell Henley -24 1,008,000 F
Tim Clark -21 604,800 F
Scott Langley -17 324,800 F
Charles Howell III -17 324,800 F
Chris Kirk -16 204,400 F
Brian Stuard -16 204,400 F
Matt Kuchar -16 204,400 F
Jeff Overton -15 173,600 F
Marc Leishman -14 145,600 F
Harris English -14 145,600 F
Dicky Pride -14 145,600 F
Pat Perez -14 145,600 F
Shane Bertsch -13 112,000 F
Danny Lee -13 112,000 F
Justin Hicks -12 89,600 F
Scott Piercy -12 89,600 F
Josh Teater -12 89,600 F
Scott Gardiner -12 89,600 F
Matt Jones -12 89,600 F
Webb Simpson -11 60,667 F
Vijay Singh -11 60,667 F
Y.E. Yang -11 60,667 F
John Rollins -11 60,667 F
Ricky Barnes -11 60,667 F
Stephen Ames -11 60,667 F
Tim Herron -10 41,440 F
Jimmy Walker -10 41,440 F
Charlie Wi -10 41,440 F
John Senden -10 41,440 F
Kevin Streelman -10 41,440 F
David Lingmerth -9 33,208 F
Brian Gay -9 33,208 F
David Hearn -9 33,208 F
John Huh -9 33,208 F
Erik Compton -9 33,208 F
Brad Fritsch -8 26,376 F
Alistair Presnell -8 26,376 F
Justin Leonard -8 26,376 F
George McNeill -8 26,376 F
Tommy Gainey -8 26,376 F
Nicholas Thompson -7 19,068 F
Peter Tomasulo -7 19,068 F
David Mathis -7 19,068 F
Ben Kohles -7 19,068 F
Bart Bryant -7 19,068 F
Chad Campbell -7 19,068 F
Russ Cochran -7 19,068 F
Henrik Norlander -7 19,068 F
Keegan Bradley -6 13,821 F
Doug LaBelle II -6 13,821 F
D.H. Lee -6 13,821 F
Jeff Maggert -6 13,821 F
Lee Williams -6 13,821 F
Hideto Tanihara -5 12,824 F
Billy Horschel -5 12,824 F
Brendon de Jonge -5 12,824 F
Mark D. Anderson -5 12,824 F
Sang-Moon Bae -4 12,544 F
Cameron Percy -3 12,096 F
Carl Pettersson -3 12,096 F
Steve Marino -3 12,096 F
Rory Sabbatini -3 12,096 F
Dean Wilson -3 12,096 F
Shawn Stefani -3 12,096 F
Derek Ernst -3 12,096 F
Ryan Palmer -2 11,648 F
Steven Bowditch -1 11,312 F
Fabian Gomez -1 11,312 F
James Hahn -1 11,312 F
Kyle Stanley -1 11,312 F
Morgan Hoffmann -1 11,312 F
Jason Kokrak E 10,976 F
Robert Streb +3 10,864 F
John Daly +4 10,752 F
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