Sony Open in Hawaii R2

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Russell Henley takes three-shot lead heading into the weekend
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January 15, 2022
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Sony Open 2022 R2
January 13-16
Waialae Country Club, Honolulu, Hawaii
Round 1, Round 3, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

Russell Henley closed with a 7-under 63 on Friday to reach 15-under and take a three-shot lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Sony Open 2022 R2

The American started on the back nine with a birdie, a bogey and an eagle at the par-5 18th to make the turn in 33. He bogeyed the first before producing four birdies and closing with a 30-foot eagle putt at the par-5 9th.

"The front I started hitting a few more fairways and giving myself some good looks and executing there from 10 to 15 feet or less. Nice to finish like that. I don't remember the last time I had two eagles in the same round, but it's definitely exciting."

Sony Open 2022 R2

Haotong Li of China lies in second place after carding a 65 followed by American Matt Kuchar who signed for a bogey-free 65.

Overnight leader and defending champion Kevin Na followed up his opening 61 with a 71 and slipped down into a share of sixteenth place at 8-under.

Sony Open 2022 R2

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2Total
1Russell Henley-156263125
2Haotong Li-126365128
3Matt Kuchar-116465129
4Michael Thompson-106367130

Sony Open 2022 R2

T5Chris Kirk-96665131
T5Seamus Power-96368131
T5Stewart Cink-96863131
T5Corey Conners-96467131
T5Adam Svensson-96467131
T5Keita Nakajima (a)-96764131
T5Davis Riley-96566131
T5Dylan Wu-96566131
T5Brandt Snedeker-96665131
T5Patton Kizzire-96368131
T5Hideki Matsuyama-96665131
T16Cam Davis-86666132
T16Charles Howell III-86963132
T16Jason Kokrak-86468132
T16Kevin Na-86171132
T16Maverick McNealy-86567132
T16Billy Horschel-86567132
T16Wesley Bryan-86765132
T16Kevin Kisner-86864132
T16Ryan Palmer-86468132
T25Kyle Stanley-76667133
T25Lucas Glover-76766133
T25Luke Donald-76865133
T25Kevin Tway-76667133
T25Talor Gooch-76766133
T25Greyson Sigg-76766133
T25Hayden Buckley-76766133
T25Vince Whaley-76667133
T25Sepp Straka-76667133
T25Brendon Todd-76766133
T25Harris English-76667133
T25J.T. Poston-76469133
T37Ryan Armour-67163134
T37Christiaan Bezuidenhout-66569134
T37Justin Lower-66767134
T37Joseph Bramlett-66866134
T37Russell Knox-66767134
T37Keegan Bradley-66965134
T37Si Woo Kim-66866134
T37Jim Furyk-66272134
T37Erik van Rooyen-66668134
T37Sahith Theegala-66569134
T37Paul Barjon-66668134
T48Satoshi Kodaira-57164135
T48Jimmy Walker-56966135
T48Marc Leishman-56768135
T48Jim Knous-56867135
T48Henrik Norlander-56867135
T48Brett Drewitt-56867135
T48Ben Kohles-56867135
T48Denny McCarthy-57164135
T48Sam Ryder-56867135
T48Brian Harman-56768135
T48Kramer Hickok-56669135
T48Andrew Putnam-56867135
T48Vaughn Taylor-56570135
T48Hudson Swafford-56867135
T48Kevin Chappell-56372135
T48Keith Mitchell-56768135
T48K.H. Lee-56966135
T48Webb Simpson-56768135
CUTScott Gutschewski-47066136
CUTBill Haas-46967136
CUTCamilo Villegas-47264136
CUTRory Sabbatini-46967136
CUTGraeme McDowell-47066136
CUTZach Johnson-47264136
CUTSung Kang-46967136
CUTChase Seiffert-47066136
CUTAndrew Novak-47264136
CUTHank Lebioda-47066136
CUTCallum Tarren-46868136
CUTAndy Ogletree-46571136
CUTNick Hardy-47066136
CUTChesson Hadley-36968137
CUTJoel Dahmen-36968137
CUTEmiliano Grillo-36968137
CUTCameron Percy-36770137
CUTBrian Stuard-37067137
CUTAbraham Ancer-36671137
CUTAdam Long-37067137
CUTBo Van Pelt-36770137
CUTTakumi Kanaya-36671137
CUTChad Ramey-36770137
CUTPeter Jung (a)-37265137
CUTJ.J. Spaun-26969138
CUTRyan Moore-27068138
CUTSungjae Im-27167138
CUTMatt Jones-27068138
CUTCameron Smith-26771138
CUTTom Hoge-26672138
CUTRoger Sloan-27167138
CUTBrian Gay-26969138
CUTAaron Rai-26771138
CUTDavid Lipsky-26870138
CUTCameron Young-27167138
CUTStephan Jaeger-26672138
CUTAlex Smalley-26771138
CUTAustin Cook-17168139
CUTMark Hubbard-17069139
CUTNate Lashley-17069139
CUTRobert Streb-16772139
CUTWilliam McGirt-16970139
CUTKurt Kitayama-16970139
CUTChan Kim-17069139
CUTBrent Grant-17069139
CUTHarry Higgs-16970139
CUTTyler Duncan-16475139
CUTBranden Grace-17069139
CUTAustin Smotherman-17069139
CUTTrey Mullinax-16772139
CUTBrandon Wu-16871139
CUTJared Wolfe-17168139
CUTJerry KellyE6971140
CUTRikuya HoshinoE7070140
CUTCurtis ThompsonE7268140
CUTBrendan SteeleE6971140
CUTAdam SchenkE7070140
CUTDawie van der WaltE7070140
CUTPeter Malnati17368141
CUTJohn Huh17170141
CUTBo Hoag17170141
CUTSeth Reeves16873141
CUTParker McLachlin17170141
CUTJim Herman17368141
CUTRichy Werenski16873141
CUTTaylor Pendrith17170141
CUTBeau Hossler26775142
CUTDavid Skinns27270142
CUTLee Hodges26973142
CUTGarrett Okamura26874142
CUTMartin Trainer26874142
CUTKelly Kraft26973142
CUTKevin Carll27072142
CUTMax McGreevy37469143
CUTMichael Gligic37271143
CUTKoichiro Ishika37271143
CUTBJ Doucett67175146
CUTJared Sawada87375148
WDJoshua CreelE72--72
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