2021 Sony Open in Hawaii at Waialae Country Club

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Updated 6 pm, Saturday, January 16, 2021

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Important updates and information related to COVID-19

To ensure the health and safety of our island community and visitors, the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii will be played without fans in attendance.  The Pro-Am events and official PGA TOUR competition have been planned in accordance with appropriate protocols developed in concert with TOUR and State guidelines to ensure the welfare of all participants.

Despite the limitations imposed by COVID protocols, we are so grateful to all of you for supporting the Sony Open in Hawaii and the important work of Friends of Hawaii Charities, especially in these times of increased challenges. As one of Hawaii’s largest fundraising sporting events, the $1.2 million that the Sony Open generates annually for Hawaii’s charitable organizations is a vital part of addressing the grave needs so many in our island community now face. Mahalo nui loa!

The Sony Open in Hawaii is the largest charity golf event in Hawaii and 2021 marks the 23rd year of Sony's title sponsorship. In 2018, the PGA TOUR, Sony, and Friends of Hawaii Charities announced the extension of the Sony Open tournament through 2022, making Sony (one of two) the third-longest tenured Title Sponsor on the TOUR.

Defending champion Cameron Smith and other top-ranked TOUR golf professionals will return to Waialae Country Club to compete for a share of the $6.6 million purse, including the 2021 champion's check of $1,188,000.  The tournament will be broadcast live on Golf Channel, Thursday through Sunday, January 14-17.



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