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Grayson Murray’s Sober Triumph: A 38 1/2-Foot Birdie Seals Victory at Sony Open

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Grayson Murray clinched an extraordinary win at the Sony Open in Hawaii, sinking a dramatic 38 1/2-foot birdie putt in a playoff against Byeong Hun An and Keegan Bradley. Murray, who quit alcohol eight months ago, highlighted his journey to self-improvement after drawing inspiration from Chris Kirk’s mental health break. The victory follows Kirk’s win at The Sentry, marking a unique start to the 2024 PGA Tour season in Hawaii.

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Thrilling Playoff Drama:

Murray’s hooked drive on the playoff’s first hole seemed challenging, but a remarkable recovery set the stage. An and Bradley faced their own challenges, creating nail-biting moments.

Despite An’s promising chip, Murray’s incredible birdie putt turned the tables. Bradley missed his chance, and An’s putt to extend the playoff narrowly missed.

Murray’s reflections on his transformed lifestyle and resilience added depth to his triumph, emphasizing a new chapter in his golf career.

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Competitors’ Perspectives

An, despite a solid week, acknowledged some mistakes while reflecting on the broader performance.

Bradley, expressing satisfaction with his overall game, acknowledged the competitive nature of the tournament and the fine line between victory and defeat.

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