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Brad Faxon capped off an amazing week at Wai‘alae Country Club, shooting a tournament-record 20-under 260 to win the Sony Open in Hawai‘i.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

Faxon wins Sony Open, fits in just fine
Brad Faxon, leaving records and a few of the best golfers in the world in his wake, won the Sony Open in Hawai'i yesterday by a remarkably easy four strokes.
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Wahine fumble away final seconds
Hawai'i committed 22 turnovers, including three in the final 15.9 seconds, as San Jose State overcame an 11-point first-half deficit to defeat the Wahine, 74-72, in a Western Athletic Conference basketball game last night before 982 fans.
Nelson captures Senior opener
Larry Nelson won the MasterCard Seniors Championship yesterday, shooting a 6-under-par 66 for a one-stroke victory over Jim Thorpe.
Trocchio, Burr have Magic touch
Clint Trocchio, who won yesterday's 27th Magic Island Biathlon, was surprised to find that he had won the event, not realizing that several participants who finished ahead of him were on relay teams.
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Driving's no longer a handicap
For four days, Brad Faxon fashioned a pretty good comedy routine out of it, laughing all the way to the bank with a $720,000 paycheck for a wire-to-wire victory yesterday in the Sony Open in Hawai'i.
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