Mark Wilson had not bogeyed a hole in the past 39 holes as he stood on the 17th green overlooking a 12-foot par putt, barely holding on to a one-shot lead that at one point had been four at the Sony Open in Honolulu, HI.

When the putt fell, it not only pushed Wilson's bogey-free streak to 40 holes, it gave him a cushion heading to the par 5 18th hole. He ended the day, a 36-hole Sunday due to a rain postponement to the beginning of the tournament on Thursday, with a 5-under 65 in the morning and a 3-under 67 to close the tournament. He finished at -16.

The win meant more to Wilson than another win on the PGA Tour, his first since 2007, it guaranteed him a spot in the Masters this Spring. His last trip to Augusta National was outside the ropes as a spectator.

There was more than one reason Wilson's four shot lead had been chopped down to one, mainly Tim Clark and Steve Marino. Both players hit hot streaks on the final day, Marino with an impressive shot standing in a fairway bunker with the ball sitting a hill outside the trap that set up an eagle opportunity (which he birdied), and Marino who birdied three of the last four holes to finish tied for second with Clark at -12.

Going into Sunday, 56 players were separated by only seven shots on the leaderboard. Matt Kuchar played well enough to pull within one shot of the lead but was unable to hold momentum throughout Sunday.

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