The PGA Tour’s first full-field event of the 2022 calendar year tees off this week with the Sony Open in Hawaii. The event will take place from the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, which has held the event since its inception in 1965.
2020 winner Kevin Na returns to compete in this year’s event for a purse of $7.3 million ($1.35 million winner’s share). Sentry Tournament of Champions winner Cameron Smith will be competing at the Sony Open and is looking to become the third golfer to win at Kapalua and Waialae in the same year. The field for the four-day event will feature Matt Jones, Billy Horschel, Hideki Matsuyama, Takumi Kanaya, Keita Nakajima, Jerry Kelly, Omar Uresti, Emiliano Grillo, Ben Kohles, Austin Smotherman, and Hayden Buckley.
Start Times and Channels
Golf Channel will handle the broadcast duties across the four-day tournament. Steve Sands will handle play-by-play and Curt Byrum will join as an analyst. Mark Rolfing will be reporting from the tower and Notah Begay III and John Wood will be on the course.
|Day 1 (Thursday, January 13)||7-10:30 PM||Golf Channel|
|Day 2 (Friday, January 14)||7-10:30 PM||Golf Channel|
|Day 3 (Saturday, January 15)||7-10:30 PM||Golf Channel|
|Day 4 (Sunday, January 16)||6-10 PM||Golf Channel|
Expanded coverage will be provided by PGA Tour Live, which is available on ESPN+. PGA Tour Live will give viewers coverage of Featured Groups and Featured Holes.
|ESPN+ Main Feed||7:30 AM – 3 PM||7:30 AM – 3 PM||8:30 AM – 1 PM||8:30 AM – 1 PM|
|ESPN+ Marquee Groups||7:30 AM – 3 PM||7:30 AM – 3 PM||8:30 AM – 1 PM||8:30 AM – 1 PM|
|ESPN+ Featured Groups||7:30 AM – 6 PM||7:30 AM – 6 PM||8:30 AM – 6 PM||8:30 AM – 6 PM|
|ESPN+ Featured Holes||7:30 AM – 6 PM||7:30 AM – 6 PM||8:30 AM – 6 PM||8:30 AM – 6 PM|
How to Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii?
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Below you can check and see if your streaming provider offers the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on Peacock
With a Peacock Premium subscription, fans can watch the simulcast of NBC’s coverage of the Tournament of Champions for $4.99 per month, or $49.99 per year. For an ad-free experience, upgrade to Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 per month, or $99.99 annually.
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on Sling TV
Starting at $46/mo., subscribers of Sling Blue with Sports Extra can watch all of the Sony Open in Hawaii coverage on Golf Channel.
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on Hulu + Live TV
For as low as $69.99, Hulu + Live TV is the perfect place to watch the Sony Open in Hawaii as it includes Golf Channel, and more than 70 other channels. The streaming platform also includes DVR, Disney+, and ESPN+.
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on fuboTV
The world’s largest sports-oriented streaming service fuboTV includes Golf Channel in its Family plan for only $64.99/mo. With over 110 channels and DVR, fuboTV is one of the best values out there.
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on DIRECTV STREAM
For $95/mo., the Ultimate package provided by DIRECTV STREAM includes Golf Channel. On top of DVR, DIRECTV STREAM Ultimate includes three-month subscriptions to HBO Max, Starz, Cinemax, Showtime, and Epix, along with over 130 channels, so there’s something for everyone.
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on YouTube TV
For $64.99/mo., YouTube TV offers a complete package to watch all of the action live from Honolulu. Golf Channel is included along with 80 other channels, plus DVR, so you can record your favorite moments
Watch the Sony Open in Hawaii on PGA Tour Live on ESPN+
For $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, ESPN+ subscribers get full access to PGA Tour Live. With PGA Tour Live, viewers can enjoy extended and expanded coverage on the course. The network will carry over 3,200 new hours of live streaming and over 4,300 exclusive hours total.
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