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Dave Reardon writes about mostly sports for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. He was born in Honolulu and attended Pearl City High School, Northwestern University and the University of Hawaii.


In addition to the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and the Honolulu Advertiser at various times since 1981, he worked at the Gainesville Sun in Florida, and his writing has also appeared in national publications including Sports Illustrated and the ESPN College Football Encyclopedia. He has won more than 10 state or national awards for sports column, feature and news reporting while at one time or another covering every sports beat in Hawaii, and has also been honored for nutrition and medical reporting while at Island Scene magazine.


In his free time he teaches sports journalism at UH-Manoa and does volunteer work.
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                                Co-leader Keegan Bradley watched his shot off the first tee during the third round Saturday at Waialae Country Club.
Bradley, Murray go down to the wire tied for Sony Open lead

Keegan Bradley and Grayson Murray are tied for the lead at 14 under, and seven other players are within three shots of the lead, including Sam Stevens who is alone at 13 under, and who will join them in the final group that tees off at 9:50 this morning. Read more

                                Cam Davis of Australia hit from the 11th tee during Thursday’s opening round of the 2023 Sony Open at Waialae Country Club. Davis, who finished tied for ninth back in 2020, had just one bogey, on hole No. 5.
Blustery Sony conditions not an issue for Davis

A little wind didn’t bother Cam Davis, who made four birdies in a row on the back nine Thursday afternoon to grab the lead after the first day of play at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Read more

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