During challenging times, local charities can count on the Strength of Our Giving
During challenging times, local charities can count on the strength of our giving.
Practice is now in session
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)
Sony Open in Hawaii volunteers shine a light on the Strength of Our Giving
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
Tournament Week Tees
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.
Sony Open in Hawaii is a win-win for local charities The Strength of Our Giving
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
A Gift that Gives "Aloha for Hawaii Charities"
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.
Sony Open in Hawaii is the Venue for The Strength of Our Giving
A new year and a very different Sony Open in Hawaii is upon us.
The Season of Giving: Aloha for Hawaii Charities
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