Practice is now in session

  • 09 January 2021

Adam Scott of Australia putts on the 16th green during the first round of the 2019 Sony Open In Hawaii. He joins the 2021 field competing for a share of the $6.6 million purse at Waialae next week. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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Sony Open in Hawaii volunteers shine a light on the Strength of Our Giving

  • 09 January 2021

Caring for people is what Michele Akahane, chair of the tournament's First Aid Committee and her volunteers - local firefighters, police officers and nurses - are expertly skilled in at the 

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Tournament Week Tees

  • 04 January 2021

Defending champion Cameron Smith is scheduled to compete in the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii along with seven past champions including 2003-2004 back-to-back winner Ernie Els, Jerry Kelly (2002), Vijay Singh (2005), K.J.

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Sony Open in Hawaii is a win-win for local charities The Strength of Our Giving

  • 04 January 2021

Local charities are the biggest winners of the Sony Open in Hawaii!   Since 1999, Friends of Hawaii Charities has raised over $20 million for over 350 local non-profits

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A Gift that Gives "Aloha for Hawaii Charities"

  • 31 December 2020

Despite the challenges COVID-19 has presented, the Read To Me International team continues to provide services to parents, educators, and caregivers of young children.

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Sony Open in Hawaii is the Venue for The Strength of Our Giving

  • 31 December 2020

A new year and a very different Sony Open in Hawaii is upon us.

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Sony Open in Hawaii 2021

The Season of Giving: Aloha for Hawaii Charities

  • 24 December 2020

The Maui Farm provides transitional housing and life skills training to local women and their children who have recently overcome significant life challenges including domestic violence, substa

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Mele Kalikimaka to you and your ohana! from the land where palm trees sway

  • 24 December 2020

Longtime Sony Open in Hawaii sponsor, The Chan Foundation is an example of the strength of our giving and how each of us can play a part in being a friend to Hawaii's charities.

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