Tournament Week Tees Off Today!

Sony Open in Hawaii 2022

Monday, January 10 (Free Admission)
9:30am     Tournament Blessing
10:00 AM  Dreamcup Pro-Am and Monday Pro-Am

Tuesday, January 11 (Free Admission)
(All day) Professional practice rounds

Wednesday, January 12
7:00 AM Official Pro-Am

Thursday, January 13
First Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel

Friday, January 14
Second Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel

Saturday, January 15
Third Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel

Sunday, January 16
Final Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel
Awards Ceremony, 18th Green, Waialae Country Club

Tickets are available for purchase online or at the admission gates during the week.  Children 12 and under are admitted free to the Sony Open in Hawaii when accompanied by an adult ticket holder.  Free admission on Monday and Tuesday, January 10-11, 2022.

Free admission all week for U.S. military and dependents co-supported with Pasha Hawaii.  Active duty and retired military, reserves and dependents are eligible. Veterans are provided free admission via Veteran Tickets Foundation.

The Strength of Our Giving starts with you!  Since 1999, nearly $22 million in grants has been distributed to over 350 island charities from proceeds raised at the tournament with generous support from charity partner The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Title Sponsor Sony Group Corporation, host site Waialae Country Club and the Hawaii Tourism Authority.  The tournament would not be one of Hawaii's largest charity sporting events however without the steadfast support of our local sponsors, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of loyal golf fans. 

What to Know Before You Go

To attend the 2022 Sony Open in Hawaii, you will be required to provide Proof of full vaccination with a current photo ID or Proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, taken within 48 hours prior to entry, with a current photo ID.  Children 12 and under are exempt from these requirements. Masks are required to be worn whether indoors or outdoors except while actively eating/drinking or while competing in a “public competition.”

(For other exceptions, refer to page 4 of City and County of Honolulu Emergency Order No. 2021-16).  Please read here for updated tournament entry guidelines. (updated January 7, 2022).  For more information about the Safe Access Oahu Program, please click here.