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Justin Thomas stays hot with win at Sony Open.

Justin Thomas finishes seven strokes ahead of Justin Rose to win the Sony Open.

Gana: I can't wait to play at the Masters.

ESPN's John Sutcliffe talks with Toto Gana after his playoff victory in the final round of the Latin America Amateur Championship in Panama.

1:50

Gana claims LAAC and Masters invite.

19-year-old Toto Gana of Chile defeated compatriot Joaquin Niemann and Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico in a playoff to win the Latin America Amateur Championship.

1:55

Thomas continues domination at Sony Open.

In the third round of the Sony Open in Honolulu, Justin Thomas shoots a 65 and keeps a seven-shot lead. Meanwhile, Kevin Kisner misses his chance at a 59 by missing an eagle putt on his last hole.

1:09

Ortiz and Gana share LAAC lead.

Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico and Toto Gana of Chile finished round three at two under par to top the leaderboard at the Latin America Amateur Championship.

1:36

Sutcliffe: LAAC set for great final round.

ESPN's John Sutcliffe rounds up the third day's action at the Latin America Amateur Championship in Panama.

1:06

Thomas records lowest 36-hole in PGA Tour history.

Justin Thomas follows up a first round 59 with a 64 to set the 36-hole scoring record on the PGA Tour. Thomas (-17) takes a five-shot lead into the weekend at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

1:20

Sutcliffe: Day two leaders benefit from experience.

ESPN's John Sutcliffe gives an update at the close of the second round of the Latin America Amateur Championship.

1:01

Ortiz takes LAAC lead after second round.

Alvaro E. Ortiz of Costa Rica moved into the top spot of the Latin America Amateur Championship after shooting 4-under 66 in the second round.

1:02

McIlory concerned by back injury.

Rory McIlroy, Graeme Storm and Jaco van Zyl spoke after the second day of the South African Open.

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