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who won the sony golf tournament in hawaii

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Hideki Matsuyama

How did Matsuyama win the Sony Open in Hawaii?

HONOLULU — Hideki Matsuyama made up a five-shot deficit on the back nine and then won the Sony Open in Hawaii in a playoff with one of the best shots he never saw, a 3-wood into the sun to 3 feet for an eagle to beat Russell Henley on Sunday. Hideki Matsuyama wins in playoff at Sony Open in Hawaii

Is the Sony Open in Hawaii a PGA Tour event?

The Sony Open in Hawaii is the PGA Tour’s first full-field event of the calendar year on the schedule. The event is the second of two events in the year-opening Aloha Swing. The Sony Open in Hawaii became a PGA Tour event in 1965, an offshoot of the Hawaii State Open.

What happened at the Sony Open in Hawaii?

HONOLULU — Hideki Matsuyama made up a five-shot deficit on the back nine and then won the Sony Open in Hawaii in a playoff with one of the best shots he never saw, a 3-wood into the sun to 3 feet for an eagle to beat Russell Henley on Sunday. RELATED: Full leaderboard | Winner’s Bag: Hideki Matsuyama, Sony Open in Hawaii

When did Matt Kuchar win the 2020 Sony Open?

2020 Sony Open in Hawaii – January 6th-12th at Waialae Country Club. Matt Kuchar’s win at the 2019 Sony Open in Hawaii in January represented his ninth PGA TOUR victory and 100th career top-10.

Overview

The Sony Open in Hawaii is a professional golf tournament, part of the PGA Tour since 1965. Originally introduced as the Hawaiian Open, it has always been hosted by the Waialae Country Club in Eastern Honolulu.

Viewing Tickets

Daily and weekly general admission Grounds tickets are available for Wednesday through Sunday, which can be purchased online or at the gate. Admission for all visitors is free on Monday and Tuesday.

Travel & Parking

Waialae Country Club is located in Honolulu, 10 km southeast from downtown and 30 km southeast of Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. It is easily accessible by car or bus.

Accommodation

Oahu is home to some of Hawaii’s most epic hotel resorts, but they don’t come cheap. As the most-visited island in the state, hotel and rental prices can be pretty steep. Consider staying in the less touristy places for a a more affordable trip.

Destination & Tourism

Although Ohau isn’t the biggest Hawaiian island, it is home to two of the state’s most popular tourist spots – Honolulu and Waialua. Honolulu is where you’ll find Waikiki Beach, a long stretch of beach backed by Hawaii’s best hotels, resorts, restaurants, and its hottest bars and clubs.

Tips & FAQ

The date of this event is provisional and subject to final confirmation by the organiser. Usually provisional dates do not change but this cannot be guaranteed. If the date of the event does change, it will not affect the validity of any viewing tickets you purchase for the event.