Tournament of Champions winner enters Sony Open after having gone 109 under par in 28 rounds in Aloha State dating to 2017, with 3 victories in 7 starts
109: Number of combined strokes under par for American Justin Thomas in the PGA Tour’s two-tournament Hawaii Swing dating to 2017, a span of 28 rounds. In seven tournaments on the Hawaiian islands, Thomas has won three times, sweeping the 2017 Tournament of Champions and Sony Open in consecutive weeks and starting 2020 with a victory Sunday in the T of C. Thomas, 26, will be one of the favorites when the Sony Open in Hawaii begins today at Honolulu’s Waialae Country Club. He will be paired with Matt Kuchar, the defending champion, and fellow American Brendon Todd in the 12:40 p.m. HST (5:40 p.m. EST) group on No. 1 tee. It will be the first full-field event of 2020, with 144 players (tee times).