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Sal Johnson
January 21, 2002
Jerry Kelly, with an even-par 70 on Sunday, became only the third player to win the Sony Open despite not breaking par in the final round....
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January 21, 2002

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Jerry Kelly, with an even-par 70 on Sunday, became only the third player to win the Sony Open despite not breaking par in the final round....

Among the final eight groups only two players were under par on Sunday- K.J. Choi and John Cook, with 69s....

With four rounds in the 60s Craig Parry became the first Australian since 1995 to win the New Zealand Open....

Tiger Woods had another poor putting week, taking 123 jabs (eight more than Parry) and four-putting for the second tournament in a row, this time on the 2nd hole of the final round....

Tim Clark of South Africa won his country's national championship at Durban Country Club with a final-round 65....

Clark, making only his second career start on the European tour, is the first Monday qualifier to win the 91-year-old tournament.

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