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Sony Open in Hawaii tickets

Sony Open in Hawaii tickets

2015 Sony Open in Hawaii

Some things just seem to mix perfectly together, and the idea of golf being played in Hawaii is simply a no-brainer. Whether you live in Hawaii or are just looking for a great excuse to go there, the Sony Open is simply one of those events that you might want to check out if you love golf, as the best players in the world come together and soon you'll be right in the middle of an incredible event in which absolutely anything can happen. In 2014, it was Jimmy Walker who shot his way to the top of the leaderboard and took down the tournament, though this time around the winner can come from anywhere as world-class golfers head to Waialae Country Club looking to put on a show.

This event routinely showcases the best golfers in the world doing what they do best, which is why you'll be amazed with the ability of these players when you see them tee it up in person. Being there live for a big event like this one is always a great time, but doing so in an island paradise makes it all the more appealing. This is one of the best events of the year on the PGA tour and you can be there at the 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii this time around for a great experience. When one of your favorite players is looking for a clutch shot to help him make his move up the leaderboard, with the buzz of the gallery steadily rising, it won't be hard to see that it doesn't get any better than this.


Sony Open in Hawaii Golfers

The Sony Open in Hawaii has grown into one of the more respected and anticipated golf events of the PGA season, and for good reason. Not only is this event played on a tough course in a beautiful location at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, but it also features the best golfers in the world each and every time the event kicks off. This year's event should be no different, as the best in the game will descend on the island of Oahu to test their abilities on this great course. Jimmy Walker will be looking to put together another amazing tournament that will have him in contention, but the rest of the field won't exactly be taking it easy. All in all, the Sony Open is one of those events that you don't want to skip of you're into golf played at the highest level.


The Pro Golf Experience

No matter how big the TV screens get, there is simply no capturing the atmosphere of an amazing event like the Sony Open from home. Come out to the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu and you'll end up being right in the middle of the top moments of the event as golfers around the world look to put on a show. There is nothing quite like being there in the middle of a highly anticipated golfing event like this one, as the crowd will be glued to the action and the entire experience will completely speak for itself. With star-level golfers looking to make a run at the coveted Sony Open title, it's hard to top this one if you're looking for an amazing golf event that you'll be talking about a long time after it's all over.


Sony Open in Hawaii History

The Sony Open in Hawaii is an important and respected pro golf tournament that is a part of the Professional Golfers Association Tour, which means that it consistently draws the best of the best. Established as the Hawaiian Open in 1965, this event has grown into one of the most anticipated tournaments of the year. Some of the greatest names in the history of golf have participated in this event, and today's best always seem to show up and compete these days. Russell Henley set the event record for aggregate score in 2013 when he posted a 256 over the course of the four-day tournament, but you never know when the next record is going to fall as some seriously talented players come to Honolulu.


Sony Open in Hawaii Trivia

Can you name the one multiple Sony winner who didn't do it in back-to-back years?

The answer is Lanny Wadkins, who won in 1988 and again in 1991. Overall, there have been three other golfers to win this tournament more than once, though Ernie Els, Hubert Green and Corey Pavin won it consecutively.


Sony Open in Hawaii Fans

The Sony Open in Hawaii promises to be an experience of a lifetime for those that attend the tournament in person. This event is set in one of the most beautiful locations in the world, and the course itself really is a sight to behold. Add in the fact that the best golfers on the planet will spend four days testing their incredible skills there and you've got a recipe that is attractive to any fan of the game of golf. With a great group of fans at your side and some jaw-dropping talent on the golf course, the Sony Open is everything that a major golf tournament should be.

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