Three-way tie at the top in Hawaii

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Sony Open in Hawaii R2
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January 13, 2024
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Carl Yuan carded a 65 to reach 9-under and a career-low 36-hole on the PGA TOUR of 131 for a share of the lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

The Chinese player moved from No. 126 to No. 125 in the FedExCup Fall and Eligibility Points List when Jon Rahm was removed from the list in December, earning full status on TOUR in 2024. He would otherwise not have been eligible for the Sony Open in Hawaii.

American Austin Eckroat shot a 66 for a share of the lead with his own career-low 36-hole score on the PGA TOUR.

South Korean Byeong Hun An, who finished fourth last week at The Sentry, shot a bogey-free 64 to tie for the lead, his sixth consecutive under-par round to start the 2024 season.

First-round leader Cam Davis of Australia carded a 70 and slipped down into a share of fourth place at 8-under alongside ten other players including last week's winner, American Chris Kirk.

Gary Woodland carded a second 71 and missed the cut in his first start on TOUR since the 2023 Wyndham Championship (T27) after undergoing surgery to extract a brain lesion.

Aon Swing 5

The Sony Open in Hawaii, the second event of the 2024 PGA TOUR Season and first Full-Field Event, marks the first opportunity for players to earn FedExCup points towards the Aon Swing 5.

The Aon Next 10 and Aon Swing 5 are eligibility pathways for players, not already qualified, to play their way into Signature Events via the FedExCup standings.

The top five players not otherwise exempt who earn the most FedExCup points during the Sony Open in Hawaii, The American Express and Farmers Insurance Open will qualify for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, while the top five players not otherwise exempt who earn the most FedExCup points during those three events and the WM Phoenix Open, will qualify for The Genesis Invitational.

The Aon Next 10 for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and The Genesis Invitational was determined through the FedExCup Fall standings.

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T65Brandon Wu-26870138
T65Garrick Higgo-27266138
T65Nick Hardy-26969138
T65Eric Cole-26672138
T65Seamus Power-27266138
T65Corey Conners-27068138
T65Martin Trainer-27167138
T65Michael Kim-26969138
T65Parker Coody-26870138
T65Denny McCarthy-26870138
T65Davis Thompson-27365138
T65Tyler Duncan-26870138
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T65Adam Svensson-27167138
T65Matt NeSmith-26969138
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CUTPierceson CoodyPar7367140
CUTMax GreysermanPar7070140
CUTTakumi KanayaPar7466140
CUTJimmy StangerPar7268140
CUTKevin StreelmanPar7070140
CUTZach JohnsonPar6872140
CUTMatt FitzpatrickPar6971140
CUTJhonattan VegasPar6971140
CUTMatti SchmidPar7268140
CUTDoug GhimPar7268140
CUTNate Lashley+17170141
CUTMatt Kuchar+16873141
CUTDavid Lingmerth+17071141
CUTCallum Tarren+16972141
CUTJ.J. Spaun+17170141
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CUTDavid Skinns+17170141
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