The Sony Open, the 10th of the 46-tournament PGA Tour season, gets underway on Thursday from Waialae Country Club with noon (est) tee times, and live TV coverage in prime time.
Patton Kizzire will attempt a defend of his 2018 title at Waialae Country Club against a field that is comprised of 10 of the top-30 ranked players in the world, headlined by 2017 champion Justin Thomas (No. 4) and three-time major winner Jordan Spieth.
For the opening two rounds, Thomas will be paired with Matt Kuchar and Charles Howell III, while Spieth will join Bryson DeChambeau and Gary Woodland.
Kizzire will play alongside Masters winners Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed.
Course: Waialae Country Club
Where: Honolulu, Hawaii
Distance: 7044 yards, Par 70
Architect: Seth Raynor (1927); Desmond Muirhead (1992)
Field/Format: 140 players; 72-hole stroke; 36-hole cut
TV Network: GOLF CHANNEL
TV Times: Th-Sa 7-10:30 PM; Su 6-10 PM
Purse/Win Share: $6,400,000 / $1,152,000
FedExCup/OWGR Points: 500 / 50 (TBD)
Defending Champion: Patton Kizzire
7:50/12:30 – Andrew Putnam, Kevin Na, Scott Piercy
8:00/12:40 – Michael Kim, Adam Hadwin, Jimmy Walker
8:10/12:50 – Jason Dufner, Brian Harman, Jim Herman
7:30/12:10 – Kyle Stanley, Russell Henley, Zach Johnson
7:40/12:20 – Brandt Snedeker, Pat Perez, Adam Scott
7:50/12:30 – Bubba Watson, Patrick Reed, Patton Kizzire
8:00/12:40 – Bryson DeChambeau, Gary Woodland, Jordan Spieth
12:20/7:40 – Cameron Champ, Paul Casey, Si Woo Kim
12:30/7:50 – Marc Leishman, Ian Poulter, Hideki Matsuyama
12:40/8:00 – Charles Howell III, Matt Kuchar, Justin Thomas