Published: Mon, January 13, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Brendan Steele moves clear at Sony Open in Hawaii

Brendan Steele moves clear at Sony Open in Hawaii

Collin Morikawa has family in Hawaii and obviously he feels right at home.

"I got some lucky breaks when I was in a bad mood". You have to hit the wrong roads and I didn't do a great job for that today.

Morikawa got through the relentless 30 miles per hour wind without a bogey for a 5-under 65 and a two-shot lead over Matt Jones, Ted Potter Jr., Ryan Palmer and Sam Ryder.

Steele missed a six-foot par putt at the 17th to see his lead cut to one heading to the par-five last, where he hooked his approach on his way to a closing par and Smith made birdie to extend the contest.

"In the coming days I have to hit some fairs as well and we'll be fine from there", he said.

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After a slow back-nine start, the 36-year-old three-time PGA Tour victor caught fire when he sank a 14-foot putt on the par-5 18th for eagle. "I think it has calmed down a bit more than earlier in the week".

Brendan Steele of Idyllwild in the Southern California mountains and UC Riverside, totaled 68 and is tied for sixth with Pat Perez of San Diego, Patrick Rodgers of Stanford, Rory Sabbatini of Slovakia, Marc Leishman of Australia, Tim Wilkinson of New Zealand, Brian Harman, Corey Conners of Canada, Brendan Todd and Cameron Davis of Australia.

Reed is in a 15-way tie for 16th place, alongside defending champion Matt Kuchar - who birdied the last to move to one under.

"I mean, played like crap so I deserve to have a weekend off", tournament favorite and world number four Thomas told reporters after rounds of 72 and 71.

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