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Sentry Tournament of Champions
Plantation Course at Kapalua
The PGA Tour heads to Hawaii for the first professional golf event in 2022.
Can you believe it? It's now the time of year when we in the colder states see the pros playing on lush green grass and kid ourselves into thinking it won't be long before we get to get on the course again. Though that is at least three months away, we can live vicariously through the PGA Tour players until it's our time.
For the first tournament held in 2022, we've got a whopper of a field. Sure, this event is generally filled with top-tier talent, but this year it seems there is more on hand than usual. I guess that's a reflection of the previous season, as only those who won a tournament are allowed to participate in this event.
We have plenty of course history, but it's tough to predict how things will go for most of these guys after a long layoff. A month isn't an extremely long break, but in pro golf that's an eternity, as the PGA Tour simply does not take much time off, even between seasons.
I'm going to maintain the same format in this space that was used in years past, as it seems to be working for those who place bets and for those competing in various fantasy contests.
Good luck this season. Let's have some fun and win some money!
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