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The Plantation Course
Length: 7,411 yards
Tour(s): PGA Tour
Format: Stroke play
Prize fund: $6,100,000
Golf betting for the
2018 season begins with the SBS Tournament of Champions, formely Hyundai Tournament of Champions and SBS Championship in 2010, on the
Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort in Hawaii on January
5th through the 8th. Last year Mercedes-Benz was the
sponsor but this year it will be SBS which is the Seoul
Broadcasting System (SBS).
It is a winnerís only
event where as many as 34 golfers will be on the golf
betting odds board. About 34 PGA professionals will be
competing for the first title of the 2018 season. The
elite field will be competing for their share of $5.6
million. Anyone about to bet on golf will notice that
Tiger Woods will not be among those in the tournament.
Actual Qualifiers: Winners of official PGA Tour co-sponsored events
in the previous calendar year (2018)
Geoff Ogilvy, Zach Johnson, Pat Perez, Kenny Perry, Nick
Watney, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Mark Wilson, Y.E.
Yang, Michael Bradley, Retief Goosen, Tiger Woods, Paul
Casey, Angel Cabrera, Brian Gay, Jerry Kelly, Sean
O'Hair, Henrik Stenson, Rory Sabbatini, Steve Stricker,
Lucas Glover, Stewart Cink, Bo Van Pelt, Nathan Green,
John Rollins, Ryan Moore, Heath Slocum, Matt Kuchar,
Martin Laird, Troy Matteson, Stephen Ames
2017 SBS Tournament of Champions Winner: Justin Thomas
2016 SBS Tournament of Champions Winner
Jordan Alexander Spieth is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour, and former world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking. He is a two-time major winner and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion.
2015 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Winner
Patrick Nathaniel Reed is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour and the European Tour. He is most notable for his victory in the 2014 WGC-Cadillac Championship.
2014 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Winner
Zach Johnson got his 11th victory with the 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions at The Plantation Course in Hawaii. Johnson shot a closing 7-under 66 for a 19-under 273 at Kapalua Resort's Plantation Course.
2013 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Winner
Dustin Johnson wins 2013 Hyundai Tournament of Champions at The Plantation Course in the Kapalua Resort in Hawaii. Johnson shot 16-under for the tournament and with his 5-under 68 in the tournament's third round, he easily held off runner-up Steve Stricker.
2012 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Winner
Steve Stricker is the first PGA Tour winner of 2012 with a three-shot victory at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions 2012 in Maui. A birdie at the 18th gave Stricker a closing round of 69 - his fourth sub-70 score of the event as he finished 23 under.
2011 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Winner
Jonathan Byrd had a silver trophy at his side and a lei draped around his neck, a winner Sunday in the Tournament of Champions, even if the playoff didn't end the way anyone imagined. He made it two straight wins by closing with a 6-under 67, and winning despite the length advantage for Garrigus in the playoff.
2010 SBS Championship Winner
In 2010, Geoff Ogilvy of Australia won the SBS Championship at the Plantation
course on in Kapalua
|Geoff Ogilvy won the first event of the season, the SBS
Championship at the Plantation course on in Kapalua,
between last years winner's on tour with an impressive
six shot victory.
A year after winning by six shots, Ogilvy rallied from a
two-shot deficit with 10 holes to play with smart
decisions and flawless golf for a 6-under 67 and a
one-shot victory over Rory Sabbatini on Sunday.
Ogilvy posted his eighth consecutive round in the 60s on
the Plantation Course. He joined fellow Australian
Stuart Appleby as the only repeat winners since this
tournament moved to Kapalua in 1999, and he became only
the seventh player in the 58 years of this winners-only
tournament to win in consecutive years.