Found January 14, 2012 on
Memphis Commercial Appeal:
Matt Every made the game look and sound easy Friday at the Sony Open. Every closed with three straight birdies for a 6-under 64, giving him a two-shot lead over Carl Pettersson (67) and David Hearn, who kept the Canadian presence on the leaderboard with his second straight 66.
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Canada's David Hearn responded in
the best possible way to some good-natured banter from his
compatriots by charging up the second-round leaderboard at the
Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday.
Matt Every seems to be making the most of his second season on the PGA Tour. After failing to retain his card in 2010, Every returned to the Nationwide Tour in 2011, and promptly secured his ticket back to golf's biggest stage last season.
While the first go-around didn't go so well, the start to his second has been picture perfect, after Every fired a bogey-free 6-under...
HONOLULU – On Thursday, it was Canadian Graham DeLaet who set the pace with a 7-under to take the first round lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii. DeLaet has yet to tee off in Friday’s second round, but one of his fellow countrymen, David Hearn, has joined him atop the leaderboard. Hearn, whose best [...]