Grayson Murray birdied the final hole at the Sony Open to close with a 67 and join Korean Byeong Hun An (64) and fellow American Keegan Bradley (67) at 17-under.
Murray made a 38-foot, 7-inch birdie putt at the first extra hole to win his second PGA TOUR title 6 years, 5 months and 22 days after his first at the 2017 Barbasol Championship in his 129th start at the age of 30 years, 3 months and 13 days.
He moves to No. 1 in the Aon Swing 5 standings and secured a spot in the seven remaining Signature Events in 2024. Other exemptions in 2024 include THE PLAYERS Championship, Masters Tournament and PGA Championship.
Murray is also fully exempt on TOUR through the 2026 season. He finished No. 7 in the Korn Ferry Tour Points List in 2023 to improve his PGA TOUR status for 2024.
China's Carl Yuan and American Russell Henley both closed with 63s featuring an eagle at the par-5 9th to tie for fourth place at 16-under.
J.T. Poston carded a final-round 61, the lowest score of his PGA TOUR career to finish sixth at 15-under. He had previously shot 62 four times, most recently in round 1 at the 2022 John Deere Classic.
The Sony Open in Hawaii, the second event of the 2024 PGA TOUR Season and first Full-Field Event, was 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.