Sony Open. A Walk in the Park for Walker. January 13 2014

dragon logo dark It was a walk in the park for Jimmy Walker as he won the Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. Walker's run continues

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Jimmy fired an amazing last round of -7 under par 63, to lift the trophy at the Sony Open on Hawaii with a -17 under par total. Added to that sweet success is the fact that although  it's still only the middle of January, he is also No. 1 in the FedExCup standings and Ryder Cup standings.

Jimmy said it took him a while to get there, but he played some real cool golf;

"It took me a long time to do it, I felt very calm and controlled. That's what you've got to feel and do when it's time to win. It's easy to say, hard to do, but today was awesome, really cool golf. I've always felt like I belonged, and you need affirmation every now and then. The other win was like, `Yeah, OK, I can do it.' I did it, and I was supposed to be able to do it. Everybody told me I was supposed to do it, and I finally did it. And then it's, `Well, are you going to be the guy that won that you never hear from again?' It's nice to get it done and do it again today."

Chris Kirk finished in second place at -16 under par, his last round -4 under par 66 not good enough to win the trophy. He felt he had played well enough to win;

"I feel like I hit the ball well enough to win this week, but it doesn't always work out that way."

Jerry Kelly finished alone in third place, at -15 under par, with Harris English on his own in fourth at -14 under par.

Jerry finishing strongly with a -5 under par 65, but Harris was not so good again carding another round of -3 under par 67, to slip out of contention.

World number two Adam Scott completed his tournament in -10 under par, and is now taking a six-week break, to work on his game which was lacking a little something here in Hawaii;

“I was liking my position there, I was making today a lot of fun, but I didn't play very well on the next nine. I just was in the rough too much, unfortunately. It's just such a hard course to get it going around here. I'll work on my game a lot, I think there's plenty of work on after the last couple weeks.”