The PGA Tour’s Tournament of Champions is back for the New Year and it is kicking off January 4, 2018, right here in Kapalua. As the proud home to two world-class golf courses, this prestigious resort area is about to launch professional golfers, as well as spectators, right into a memorable season.
The Plantation Course of Kapalua attracted a new title sponsor to this exclusive winners-only event back in August but the seasoned audience will be happy to know that the format of this tournament will remain the same. In order to tee-off on the lush West Maui fairways, an invite is required. Winners from the preceding year of an official PGA Tour event, with FedExCup points, are eligible to play in this exclusive tournament. And it looks like 34 players, including the world's top 5 players, will be seen on the green over the week.
Everyone will be on the course at the same time, so whether you are warming up in Hawaii or tuning in across the Pacific you will likely catch a glimpse at each of your favorites during the TV coverage. And for those of you not able to attend the actual event, you might even catch a quick shot of our favorite finned friends playing in the background.
The first two rounds are scheduled for 10 am local time, this coming Thursday! So tune in and watch this small group of pros get through 72 holes. And if you are in the area this weekend and want to take a break from all the excitement, why not take a look at some prime Hawaii real estate on the west side? The name may have changed but the buzz surrounding one of the top golf resorts in the world remains and you could take that piece of paradise for your own! Contact Jo today and snag a private front seat for everyday Hawaii living.
The PGA Tour’s Tournament of Champions is back for the New Year and it is kicking off January 4, 2018, right here in Kapalua. As the proud home to two world-class golf courses, this prestigious resort area is about to launch professional golfers, as well as spectators, right… Continue Reading
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