Golfer Robert Allenby robbed, beaten and dumped in park after missing cut at Sony Open Allenby, 43, said he spent Friday evening at a Honolulu wine bar near Waikiki when he was abducted. The kidnapper beat the Australian golfer and robbed him of his cash, credit cards and cellphone before dumping him about six miles away. BY Thomas Tracy NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Saturday, January 17, 2015, 10:44 PM Updated: Sunday, January 18, 2015, 1:42 AM Golf Channel A picture of Robert Allenby's bruised and bloodied face appears on the Golf Channel. Four-time PGA Tour winner Robert Allenby said he was kidnapped, beaten and robbed shortly after missing the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Allenby, 43, said he spent Friday evening at a Honolulu wine bar near Waikiki when he was abducted. The kidnapper beat the Australian golfer and robbed him of his cash, credit cards and cellphone before dumping him about six miles away. “I didn’t think I was going to survive this one,” Allenby told the Australian Associated Press. “I was separated from my friend in the bar after we had paid the tab at 10:48 p.m., and he went to the bathroom and next thing you know I’m being dumped in a park miles away. “I only know this part because a homeless woman found me and told me she saw a few guys pull up and throw me out of the car. That is where I got the scrapes above my eye from the sidewalk.” Allenby said a retired military man gave him money for a cab to get back to his hotel room near the Waialae Country Club. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images On Friday, Robert Allenby plays his shot from the 17th tee during the second round of the Sony Open in Hawaii. The Golf Channel first reported the incident and released a photo of the golfer with a large gash above his left eye and scratches on his nose. Police are reviewing surveillance video from the bar in search of suspects. Allenby has won more than $27 million on the PGA Tour, although he hasn’t won one since 2001. Jimmy Walker one-putted his last 11 holes Saturday on his way to an 8-under 62 and a two-shot lead in the tournament. He was at 16-under 194.