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The 2015 Sony Open will commence on January 18th 2015. The tournament will be hosted by the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Sony Open in Hawaii, United States of America. The total prize money in the event is $5,600.00. The winner’s purse in it is $1,008,000. The length of the course is 7,068 yards (6,463 m) with a par at 70 and the tournament is played in the stroke play format. It is part of the regular PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Series. This will be the 50th edition of the tournament.
The tournament record score is held by Russell Henley of the United States. He made an aggregate score of 256 in the 2013 edition of the tournament. The record par score is held by John Huston of the United States. In 1998 he managed to get a par score of -28. The defending champion is Jimmy Walker of the United States. This tournament has been won by a non-United States player only on seven occasions.
Multiple winners are Ernie Els of South Africa and Hubert Green, Corey Pavin and Lanny Wadkins of the United States. All four of them have won the competition twice in their careers.
Posted: 10th January 2014
The first full-field tournament of the year, the Sony Open in Hawaii has to live up to some high expectations. 2014 is welcomed in the PGA Tour at the Waialae Country Club, which can be found on the East side of Honolulu. The course itself is 7,068 yards, complete with Bermuda grass fairways and greens on a Par 70. A setback for the players is the fact that since this golf course is close to the bay, which has many strong winds blowing off. These winds also carry out over the course, causing a problem for the people.
This event isn’t just a great Golfing tournament; it is also the biggest charity event that takes place in Hawaii, raising over $13 Million dollars local non-profit organizations since 1999, and currently always going over 1 million dollars. A similar amount is expected to be collected this year. Coming to the tournament itself, the top favorites for this tournament are Zach Johnson, John Peterson, Charles Howell III and Sean O Hair among others. Zach Johnson won the 2009 Sony Open, and has recently just won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, showing he may do something similar in this year’s Sony open.
Posted: 11th January 2013
On the PGA Tour this week, the Sony Open in Hawaii, which is to be held from the 10th of January to the 13th at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. The purse for this tournament is $5,600,000 and last it was was Johnson Wagner who walked away with the grand prize of $990,000. This is the second tournament of the new season for the PGA Tour and coming up next is the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation, which happens from January 17th to the 20th in La Quinta, California.
Other tournaments coming up in January include the Farmer's Insurance Open and the Waste Management Phoenix Open. As for the players that will be filling the field for this event, they include Robert Allenby and Stephen Ames as well as Michael Bradley, John Dally, Bud Cauley and Chad Campbell. Keegan Bradley will also be playing in this tournament along with Kevin Carll, K.J. Choi and Ken Duke. Other names that you will likely recognize include Stewart Cink, Russ Cochran, Harris English and Jason Bohn.
Posted: 13th January 2012
On the PGA Tour, starting the new season off, is two tournaments in Hawaii. The first one is the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, and it happens in Maui from January 6th to the 9th. After that, the Sony Open in Hawaii will be held. It all happens at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii with a $5,500,000 purse. It runs from January 12th through the 15th and Mark Wilson won last year, taking home $990,000 and 500 FedEx Cup points. The following tournament will be the Humana Challenge in La Quinta, California.
Blake Adams is expected to attend this tournament as is Pat Perez. Charles Howell III will be playing as well, along with Robert Allenby and Stuart Appleby. Tim Herron is on the field along with Alex Prugh, Cameron Beckman, Matt Jones and Justin Rose. Also, Bio Kim, David Saka, Jonathan Byrd and Chris Kirk along with D.J. Brigman will be in attendance. Sign up now for access to live streaming video anywhere in the world. All you have to do is click on the links on this page and you will get instant access to streaming golf online in high quality.
Posted: 14th January 2011
The PGA Tour heads to Hawaii this week for the Sony Open in Hawaii Live, which happens to be followed by the Bob Hope Classic in La Quinta, California, January 19th through the 23rd. After that, is the last tournament for the PGA Tour in January, the Farmer's Insurance Open, and the start of a whole new month in the brand new 2011 season of professional golf. Click on the links on this page to watch this tournament live in high quality video from your computer. You'll get access to golf streams all year long no matter where you live.
The PGA Tour's Sony Open in Hawaii will take place at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, where they will play on the 7,068 yard course, at a Par 70. The prize purse for this tournament is $5,500,000 and Ryan Palmer won the tournament last year, posting a 66, which was four under, and just one stroke below Robert Allenby, who finished with a 67, for a total of 15 under 265. It was the third title that Palmer has won, the first in 2004 and the second in 2008 at the Ginn Sur Mer Classic. This tournament is also worth 500 FedEx Cup points.
Here is a look at the field for the Sony Open in Hawaii. We already know that Ryan Palmer will be back to defeind, but Blake Adams will also be playing as well as Jim Herman, Pat Perez and Robert Allenby. Ricky Barnes will be along with Dustin and Zach Johnson, Keegan Bradley, Anthongy Kim, Chad Collins, Chris DiMarco, Steve Marino, David Duval, K.J. Choi and Heath Slocum. Click on the links on this page for access to high quality video streams to your computer right from the tournament and golf live all year long.
Posted: 15th January 2010
The Sony Open in Hawaii for 2010 will be held January 11th through the 17th from the Waialae Country Club and this course lines the beautiful Pacific Ocean with a view of the Koko Crater, starting off the 2010 season of PGA Tour golf. This tournament traditionally kicks off the new season of professional golf for the PGA Tour and you can watch this tournament by getting your membership at the banners on this page and watching the event in high quality streaming video right from your PC or Laptop with uninterrupted streaming coverage.
This year, defending champion Zach Johnson is back to try to defend his title and he faces off against the likes of Ernie Els, K.J. Choi, Paul Azinger and Vijay Singh, all of which have won this tournament before. Choi won the event in 2008 and the 2007 winner was Paul Goydos with David Toms the year before that. Vijay Singh was the 2005 Champion and Ernie Els was before him, in 2004, as well as taking home the trophy the previous year as well. Paul Azinger was the champ all the way back in 2002. This field looks like a great one with tremendous talent already lined up.
This course is the most prestigious in all of Hawaii and it is a Par 70, one of the more difficult PGA Courses out there. The Par is split evenly with the front and the back nine, with each scoring a Par 35. It's 7,068 yards long and will be a great course for players to shine on as the tournament begins, starting off the PGA 2010 season in style. Get your membership at the banners on this page and you could be watching this event in high quality streaming video right from your computer. The PGA Sony Open in Hawaii begins on January 11th.
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