2017 Sony Open in Hawaii - January 9th-15th at Waialae Country Club

Congratulations to our 2016 Sony Open in Hawaii champion Fabian Gomez who fired a final-round 62, then birdied the second playoff hole to capture his second PGA TOUR win!  He and Brandt Snedeker, who closed with a 66, both finished at 20-under-par 260 at Waialae Country Club. Both parred No. 18 — the first playoff hole — before Gomez two-putted for birdie the second time around. Snedeker missed a 10-foot birdie putt to end the playoff.  A native of Argentina, Gomez is the first international winner of the Sony Open in Hawaii since K.J. Choi in 2008. 

In 2015, host site Waialae Country Club celebrated fifty years of hosting the PGA TOUR.  The Hawaiian Open started in 1965, and the tournament has been played every year with the exception of 1970, when a schedule change moved it from fall to winter.  In 1999, it become the Sony Open in Hawaii.  Sony Corporation extended its commitment to sponsor the tournament through 2018 - the 20th anniversary of title sponsor entitlement of the tournament.

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