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Sony Open 2023: UK start time, Field, Picks, live stream and how to follow

The second PGA Visit occasion to start 2023 go on in Hawaii with the Sony Open in Honolulu. Thirteen golf players from last week’s Guard Competition of Champions in Maui will likewise tee it up at Waialae Nation Club this week. The four driving top picks with chances to win the Sony Open of +1600 or less incorporate Tom Kim, Sungjae Im, Jordan Spieth and Hideki Matsuyama.

Sony Open 2023

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Sony Open Schedule 2023

Thursday

  • 7-10:30PM (GC/Peacock): Sony Open in Hawaii, Round 1 (PGA Tour)

Friday

  • 2-8AM: Hero Cup, Day 1 (DP World Tour)
  • 7-10:30PM (GC/Peacock): Sony Open in Hawaii, Round 2 (PGA Tour)
  • 10:30PM-8AM: Hero Cup, Day 2 (DP World Tour)

Saturday

  • 4-6PM (NBC/Peacock): Sony Open in Hawaii, Round 3 (PGA Tour)
  • 6-8PM (GC/Peacock): Sony Open in Hawaii, Round 3 (PGA Tour)

Sunday

  • 1:30-7AM: Hero Cup, Day 3 (DP World Tour)
  • 4-6PM (NBC/Peacock): Sony Open in Hawaii, Round 4 (PGA Tour)
  • 6-8PM (GC/Peacock): Sony Open in Hawaii, Round 4 (PGA Tour)
Sony Open 2023 Field:

Sony Open or officially titled “Sony Open in Hawaii” is a popular annual Hawaiian PGA Tour golf tournament. It is also official part of the FedEx Cup Series. The latest iteration of the Honolulu based event is scheduled to begin on January 12th.

The Sony Open 2023 will be 58th iteration of the event. The event will run for four days and will maintain a stroke play format of four rounds over 70 per. It is begin organized by the “Friends of Hawaii Charities.”

This year’s Sony Open is featuring a total of $7.9 million prize money. Additionally, the winner will receive a 500 FedEx cup point bonus as reward. A total of 144 professional golfers will be present in the field for first two rounds this year.

The complete field list of Sony Open 2023 is given below:

  • Aaron Baddeley
  • Aaron Rai
  • Adam Long
  • Adam Schenk
  • Adam Scott
  • Adam Svensson
  • Alex Smalley
  • Anders Albertson
  • Andrew Novak
  • Andrew Putnam
  • Augusto Núñez
  • Austen Truslow
  • Austin Cook
  • Austin Eckroat
  • Austin Smotherman
  • Ben Griffin
  • Ben Martin
  • Ben Taylor
  • Billy Horschel
  • Blaze Akana
  • Brandon Matthews
  • Brandon Wu
  • Brendan Steele
  • Brendon Todd
  • Brent Grant
  • Brian Harman
  • Brian Stuard
  • Brice Garnett
  • Byeong Hun An
  • Cam Davis
  • Carl Yuan
  • Carson Young
  • Chad Ramey
  • Chesson Hadley
  • Chez Reavie
  • Chris Kirk
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout
  • Cole Hammer
  • Corey Conners
  • Danny Guise
  • Danny Lee
  • David Lingmerth
  • David Lipsky
  • Davis Thompson
  • Denny McCarthy
  • Doc Redman
  • Dylan Wu
  • Emiliano Grillo
  • Eric Cole
  • Erik Barnes
  • Gary Woodland
  • George Markham
  • Greyson Sigg
  • Harris English
  • Harrison Endycott
  • Harry Hall
  • Harry Higgs
  • Hayden Buckley
  • Hideki Matsuyama
  • J. Spaun
  • T. Poston
  • Jerry Kelly
  • Jesse Mueller
  • Jim Herman
  • Jimmy Walker
  • John Huh
  • Jordan Spieth
  • Joseph Bramlett
  • Joseph Winslow
  • Justin Suh
  • H. Lee
  • J. Choi
  • Kaito Onishi
  • Kazuki Higa
  • Keegan Bradley
  • Keita Nakajima
  • Keith Mitchell
  • Kelly Kraft
  • Kevin Roy
  • Kevin Streelman
  • Kevin Tway
  • Kevin Yu
  • Kohei Okada
  • Kramer Hickok
  • Kurt Kitayama
  • Kyle Stanley
  • Kyle Westmoreland
  • Lucas Glover
  • Mackenzie Hughes
  • Mark Hubbard
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Matthias Schwab
  • Matti Schmid
  • Maverick McNealy
  • Max McGreevy
  • Michael Castillo
  • Michael Gligic
  • Michael Kim
  • Michael Thompson
  • MJ Daffue
  • Nate Lashley
  • Nick Hardy
  • Nick Taylor
  • Nico Echavarria
  • Parker McLachlin
  • Patton Kizzire
  • Paul Haley II
  • Peter Malnati
  • Richy Werenski
  • Robby Shelton
  • Robert Streb
  • Rory Sabbatini
  • Russell Henley
  • Russell Knox
  • Ryan Armour
  • Ryan Brehm
  • Ryan Moore
  • Ryan Palmer
  • H. Kim
  • Sam Ryder
  • Sam Stevens
  • Scott Harrington
  • Scott Piercy
  • Si Woo Kim
  • Stephan Jaeger
  • Stewart Cink
  • Sungjae Im
  • Taiga Semikawa
  • Tano Goya
  • Taylor Montgomery
  • Tom Hoge
  • Tom Kim
  • Trevor Cone
  • Trevor Werbylo
  • Troy Merritt
  • Tyler Duncan
  • Tyson Alexander
  • Vincent Norrman
  • Webb Simpson
  • Will Gordon
  • Yuto Katsuragawa
  • Zac Blair
  • Zach Johnson
  • Zecheng Dou
Top Picks at Sony Open 2023:

The field at Sony Open 2023 will be filled by some of PGA’s best golfers. As it is a FedEx cup event, top OWGR rankers like Tom Kim, Jordan Spieth and more. However, the following 3 are our top picks for the upcoming Hawaiian PGA Tour event –

  • Tom Kim
  • Sungjae Im
  • Hideki Matsuyama

South Korean golfer Tom Kim is the favorite pick of the 144-player field. The OWGR ranked 15th and recently won the Shriners Children Open in October. This made him the second youngest under 21 aged player to win two PGA Tour titles in one season. Following him, world-ranked 19th Sungjae Im and 21st-ranked Hideki Matsuyama will be players to look out for in the Honolulu field.

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