HONOLULU — His left eye bruised and swollen shut, Australian golfer Robert Allenby is still shaking over a beating and robbery that left him unable to remember anything except being dumped in a gutter near a park of homeless people.

“You think … that happens in the movie, not real life,” Allenby told The Associated Press by phone Sunday. “I’m just happy to be alive.”

Allenby posted a photo to his private Facebook account showing a bloodied scrape on his forehead and the bridge of his nose. He said that came from being tossed from the trunk of a car. He said the bruise on his left eye must have come from being beaten in the car.

“I don’t know what they hit me with between the eyeballs, whether a fist or a baseball bat,” he said. “Whatever it was, it hurts.”

Allenby missed the Sony Open cut and then went to Amuse Wine Bar in Honolulu on Friday night with his caddie and a friend from Australia.

He had been to the bar earlier in the week, thought it was a trendy spot and wanted to try the restaurant. Allenby remembers having dinner, a few glasses of red wine and that was about it.

“There was a couple of hours where I was out cold,” Allenby said.

Even after he returned to the bar on Saturday with police and watched tape from a surveillance camera that showed him leaving with four people, he doesn’t know who they were or remember leaving the bar.

Allenby said he has no recollection until getting kicked and prodded by homeless people searching for whatever he had left.

Allenby said his wallet, cash, driver’s license, PGA Tour badge and cellphone were taken. All he had on him in the gutter were two receipts, the American Express card to pay for dinner that he put loosely in his pockets and a watch.

He said the receipt showed that he paid for dinner at 10:06 p.m. Friday and paid for the wine at 10:48. He said the restaurant closed at 11 p.m.

Allenby said he was checked out by doctors, but he did not have a blood test to determine if he was drugged.

PGA TOUR: At least Jimmy Walker is leaving Hawaii with one trophy.

One week after losing in a playoff on Maui, Walker blew away the field on Oahu with a 7-under 63 to win the Sony Open for the second straight year.

His fourth career victory was the most impressive of all. Walker shot 62-63 on the weekend and set a tournament record with a nine-shot victory. He finished at 23-under 257.

Walker became the first repeat winner at the Sony Open since Ernie Els in 2004.

Scott Piercy closed with a 66 to finish alone in second. Matt Kuchar closed with a 71, ending a streak of 255 rounds on the PGA Tour making at least one birdie.

Walker made all seven of his birdies over the final 11 holes.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Gary Stal of France came from 10 shots behind to capitalize on an improbable meltdown by Martin Kaymer and win the Abu Dhabi Championship after a frantic final round.

Kaymer looked like he was cruising to a fourth title in Abu Dhabi after making three birdies in his opening four holes to extend his six-stroke lead from overnight, only to drop six shots in seven holes around the turn.

Stal, ranked No. 357, pounced with six birdies from Nos. 4-11 and held himself together down the stretch, picking up another shot at the 16th to capture his first European Tour title. He shot a 7-under 65 for a 19-under total.

Kaymer shot 75 to finish in third place at 17 under. Top-ranked Rory McIlroy closed with a 66 to finish second, a shot behind Stal.