2014 Sony Open in Hawaii Details
Golf fans, get ready for the 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii, one of the best golf tournaments
of the year. This awesome event is set in paradise at the Waialae Golf Course in Honolulu, HI, which is one of the most majestic
and beautiful golf courses in the world. Just being there is an experience that is simply unforgettable, as the gorgeous island
backdrop will etch itself into your mind for the rest of your life. This course is not only beautiful but also a real challenge,
which makes it the perfect location for a prestigious golf event like the Sony Open. The best golfers in the world will test
their skills on this course from January 9th to 12th this year to see who will emerge from the pack as the player to post
the lowest four-day total and hoist the coveted trophy high above his head on Sunday.
When you head out to the Sony
Open, you'll be treated to seeing the best players on the planet live and in person. This event should showcase the best golfers
in the world doing what they do best. You'll be amazed with the ability of these players when you see them tee it up in person.
Their control of the golf ball is almost otherworldly. 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 and you can
be there at the 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii this time around for a great experience.
2014 Sony Open in Hawaii Participants
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, 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. Tiger Woods entered the 2014 PGA season ranked as the number
one golfer in the world, and he's hoping to elevate his level of play a step further and regain his form as the most dominant
golfer known to man. There will be some other pros that will have a thing or two to say about that, though. Adam Scott is
coming off his best season as a pro in 2013, and looks poised to make a real run at some big tournament wins this season.
Scott has been around for a while, but he seems to be hitting his stride as of late and is gaining a fan following that rivals
some of the top names in the game. Scott and Woods will have a tough field to deal with at the 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii, though,
so there's really no telling who will emerge from the fray come Sunday to take home first place in this event.
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. Established as the Hawaiian Open in 1965, this event has grown into one of the
most anticipated tournaments of the year. Some great golf has been played over the years, and though the event has undergone
a series of name changes the history of this event remains a storied and eventful one. 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 four days.
2014 Sony Open
in Hawaii Trivia
Did you know that in 1983 this event saw Japan's first winner of a PGA Tour event?
Japan's Isao Aoki won the event in dramatic fashion by holing out on the final hole for an eagle to win by one stroke.
The 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii Experience
The 2014 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 golfer 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. Be there this year
at the 2014 Sony Open in Hawaii to see your favorite pros sink putts from all over the green.