2018 Sony Open Live

Watch 2018 Sony Open Live Stream PGA Golf Championship from Waialae CC – Honolulu, HI. 2018 Sony Open in Hawaii tee times, viewer’s guide Round by round live telecast from January 11 – 14, 2018. Watch The PGA Tour remains in Hawaii this week before the California swing for the Sony Open in Hawaii, which takes place at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. It’s the first full-field event of 2018 on tour. So, kepp enjoy watching the tournament below the live Link.

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Tournament name: Sony Open in Hawaii 2018
Time: Saturday from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET, and on Sunday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET.
Tv Channel: The Golf Channel
Leader board : Golf Digest PGA Tour leader board.
Purse: $6,200,000
Defending Champion: Justin Thomas

Sony Open in Hawaii 2018 Live Stream

Twenty-four-year-old Justin Thomas opened with a 59 in the first round of the 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii, becoming the youngest to break 60 on the PGA TOUR by 4 years. He went on to win the 2017 Sony Open title by seven shots, shattering the TOUR’s 72-hole scoring record with a score of 27-under 253. Justin Thomas finished the 2017 season as the TOUR’s “Player of the Year” with five victories including the PGA Championship, the money title and a $10 million bonus for winning the FEDEX Cup. He has returned to the 2018 Sony Open in Hawaii to defend his title!

While many of the top players in the world opt to start their season’s in California, this year’s field still features marquee names like Jordan Spieth, Marc Leishman and Justin Thomas, who won the Sony in 2017 by seven strokes, tying the second-largest margin of victory in the event’s 52-year history. His 27-under total was also the second-lowest ever at the Sony Open, featuring an 11-under first-round 59, making him one of just nine players to post a sub-60 round in PGA Tour history. This week, he looks to defend his title with Jim ‘Bones’ Mackay on the bag, as comes out of retirement for one week to fill in for

The first full-field event of the PGA Tour year offers a reminder as to just how competitive top-level golf has become, when you see good-thing of the future Beau Hossler at 250/1 and several proven winners twice that.

Thomas dazzled here last year, opening with a round of 59 and keeping his foot to the floor to beat world-class players by seven shots and more. It was a performance so brilliant that, in light of what he went onto achieve, 10/1 could look a gift come Sunday.