The 2023 Sony Open in Hawaii marks the 25th anniversary of Sony's title sponsorship of Hawaii's longest-running PGA TOUR event. Japan's Hideki Matsuyama is scheduled to defend his 2022 title alongside eight other past Sony Open champions including Matt Kuchar (2019), Patton Kizzire (2018), Jimmy Walker (2014/2015), Russell Henley (2013), Ryan Palmer (2010), Zach Johnson (2009), KJ Choi (2008) and Jerry Kelly (2002).
Did you know that the 2011 Sony Open in Hawaii was where Matsuyama (then an amateur) made his PGA TOUR debut? Learn more about Sony's commitment to supporting Japan's emerging golf talent and how our title sponsor is dedicated to giving back to the most vulnerable in Hawaii.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Monday, January 9 (Free admission)
9:30 AM Tournament Blessing
10:00 AM Dream Cup Pro-Am and Monday Pro-Am
Tuesday, January 10 (Free admission)
(ALL DAY) Professional practice rounds
Wednesday, January 11
7:00 AM Official Pro-Am
9:30 AM Satellite Pro-Am (Hoakalei Country Club)
Thursday, January 12
(ALL DAY) First Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel
Friday, January 13
(ALL DAY) Second Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel
Saturday, January 14
(ALL DAY) Third Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel/NBC
Sunday, January 15
(ALL DAY) Final Round Sony Open in Hawaii – Golf Channel/NBC
3:00 PM Awards Ceremony, 18th Green, Waialae Country Club
Tournament week teed off on Monday morning with a Hawaiian blessing at Waialae Country Club. (From left) Reverend Curt Kekuna, Corbett Kalama, President, Friends of Hawaii Charities, Hiroshi Kawano, Executive Vice President, Sony Corporation, Paul deVille, President, Waialae Country Club and Ray Stosik, Tournament Director, Sony Open in Hawaii. Photo by Marco Garcia.