Chris Kirk wins sixth title in Hawaii

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January 8, 2024
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Chris Kirk has won his sixth PGA TOUR victory at the season-opener in Hawaii. He made eight birdies for a final round 65 to reach 29-under and win The Sentry by one shot.

The American finished just outside the top-50 in the world last year and victory assures him a place in the Masters.

“I’m so thankful for these last five years. It’s been incredible,” said Kirk. “I’m enjoying competing, I’m enjoying the work. I didn’t have that for a while. It’s a constant process and I’m just loving every minute of it.”

Sahith Theegala of the United States, closed with a 63 to finish runner-up at 28-under followed by compatriot Jordan Spieth in third place a further shot behind after a final-round 65.

South Korea's Byeong Hun An shot a 66 featuring an eagle at the par-5 15th to finish in solo fourth place at 25-under.

Fellow Korean Sungjae Im played a final-round 10-under 63 including a personal-high 11 birdies in a single round to close the week with 34 birdies, the most in a 72-hole PGA TOUR event on record (1983-present). He finished in a five-way tie for fifth place at 25-under.

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3R4Total
1Chris Kirk-2967656665263
2Sahith Theegala-2864696863264
3Jordan Spieth-2766676765265
4Byeong Hun An-2668646866266
T5Sungjae Im-2565667363267
T5Brian Harman-2567667064267
T5J.T. Poston-2568686665267
T5Collin Morikawa-2565677065267
T5Scottie Scheffler-2566647166267
T10Jason Day-2465696767268
T10Xander Schauffele-2466696568268
T12Sepp Straka-2367667066269
T12Patrick Cantlay-2366686867269
T14Adam Hadwin-2270667064270
T14Eric Cole-2270666965270
T14Patrick Rodgers-2269657066270
T14Tyrrell Hatton-2269627267270
T14Max Homa-2267696866270
T14Matt Fitzpatrick-2269646968270
T14Harris English-2271666469270
T14Akshay Bhatia-2269646671270
T22Erik van Rooyen-2172656965271
T22Luke List-2167706866271
T22Viktor Hovland-2165677267271
T25Taylor Moore-2071657066272
T25Si Woo Kim-2070667066272
T25Nico Echavarria-2070676867272
T25Mackenzie Hughes-2068707064272
T29Lucas Glover-1972666867273
T29Kurt Kitayama-1972647166273
T29Adam Schenk-1969657069273
T29Wyndham Clark-1971687163273
T33Adam Svensson-1870686868274
T33Sam Burns-1869686869274
T33Brendon Todd-1867647370274
T33Corey Conners-1869706867274
T33Cameron Young-1868677465274
T38Tony Finau-1769667169275
T38Tom Hoge-1767697168275
T40Matt Wallace-1668706969276
T40Andrew Putnam-1674716764276
T40Justin Rose-1671697561276
T43Emiliano Grillo-1566687271277
T43Denny McCarthy-1570697167277
T45Keegan Bradley-1469707267278
T45Tom Kim-1468707466278
T47Tommy Fleetwood-1370706970279
T47Nick Hardy-1371677566279
T47Ludvig Åberg-1369707763279
T50Camilo Villegas-1265717470280
T50Seamus Power-1271717167280
T52Nick Taylor-1169697370281
T52Russell Henley-1169727268281
T52Cam Davis-1175687365281
T52Davis Riley-1170717664281
56Rickie Fowler-1070677570282
57Lee Hodges-972657769283
58Hideki Matsuyama-871687669284
59Vincent Norrman-673707469286
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Date: January 4th - 7th 2024

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