General Information


Par: 36-37=73/7,596 yards


Four-day, no-cut, 72-hole stroke play competition comprised of Official PGA TOUR event winners from the 2022 calendar year and the top 30 players from the FedExCup standings who qualify for the TOUR Championship


$15 million total; $2,700,000 to winner

550 FedExCup points


Coverage of the Sentry Tournament of Champions is available across 200+ countries and territories in 27 languages via 43 local broadcast partners.

Date, Time, Broadcast

Thursday, January 5, 1 – 5 p.m., Golf Channel

Friday, January 6, 1 – 5 p.m. , Golf Channel

Saturday, January 7, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
1 – 3 p.m. , Golf Channel NBC

Sunday, January 8, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
1 – 3 p.m., Golf Channel NBC

*all times Hawaiian


For the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions, all grounds tickets and upgraded hospitality tickets (Aloha Club, Lanai on 18, The Lookout) will be distributed to fans digitally.

How to access mobile tickets:

Mobile tickets significantly decrease the number of fraudulent tickets in the market and allow fans to transfer tickets instantaneously without having to utilize will call. There will be admissions volunteers at both entrances, Main Entrance and Champions Gate (located near the putting green), to answer questions.


Free general parking for the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions is located at the Lahaina Civic Center (1840 Honoapiilani Hwy, Lahaina, HI). Free tournament shuttles will be provided from Lahaina Civic Center to The Plantation Course at Kapalua and drop off at the Main Entrance. The shuttles begin running 30 minutes before gates open and stop running 30 minutes after play ends.

Rideshare Drop-Off

Fans who use rideshare (Uber or Lyft) or taxi services to the tournament will be dropped-off and picked-up at the Champions Entrance (near practice putting green) onsite at The Plantation Course at Kapalua.

Prohibited Items

Click HERE to view the PGA TOUR’s List of Prohibited Items

Course Map

Schedule of Events


Course Closed to the Public

Practice Rounds for Professionals


Course Closed to the Public

Practice Rounds for Professionals

9:10 a.m. Annual Tree Planting Ceremony | No. 1 tee


Gates Open at 7 a.m.

7 – 8:20 a.m. Pro-Am Tee Times | Nos. 1 and 10 tees

11:20 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pro-Am Tee Times | Nos. 1 and 10 tees


Gates Open at 8:45 a.m. - First Round of Competition

9:05 a.m. Aloha Kick-Off Ceremony | No. 1 tee

9:30 a.m. First Round of Competition | No. 1 tee

1 – 5 p.m. (HST) GOLF Channel


Gates Open at 9 a.m. - Second Round of Competition

Aloha Friday – join us in wearing Aloha attire!

9:30 a.m. Second Round of Competition | No. 1 tee

1 – 5 p.m. (HST) GOLF Channel


Gates Open at 7 a.m. - Third Round of Competition

Ohana Day – join us with your family!

7:30 a.m. Third Round of Competition | No. 1 tee

11 a.m. – 1 p.m. NBC

1 – 3 p.m. GOLF Channel


Gates Open at 7 a.m. - Final Round of Competition

7:40 a.m. Final Round of Competition | No. 1 tee

11 a.m. – 1 p.m. NBC

1 – 3 p.m. GOLF Channel

Following playthe Closing Ceremony and Trophy Presentation | No. 18 green

Daily Events

Aloha Kickoff (Thursday)

The Aloha Kick-Off is a ceremony held roughly 30 minutes prior to the first tee time Thursday, featuring a traditional Hawaiian blessing by The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua cultural advisor Clifford Naeole, Hawaiian entertainment and a welcome from Pete McPartland, President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Sentry. Concluding the ceremony, a maile lei is placed on the No.1 tee signage by Naeole and McPartland.

Aloha Friday

Aloha Friday is a weekly tradition in the Maui community and across the Hawaiian Islands, which helps welcome the weekend during the last workday of the week. Fans, volunteers, broadcasters, and PGA TOUR players participate in the local tradition by wearing Hawaiian-patterned clothing items on Friday of tournament week.

For the fourth consecutive year, Sentry Insurance will donate $1,000 per clothing item (shirt, pants, shoes, hat) when TOUR players participate in the Aloha Friday tradition during the second round of play at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

‘Ohana Day (Saturday)

Families won’t want to miss out on ‘Ohana Day when it returns on Saturday, Jan. 7 featuring an exclusive ticket package along with exciting family experiences. The ‘Ohana Day ticket package includes two Saturday grounds tickets and four shave ices at Big Wave Shave Ice, located by the 18th green for the entire family to enjoy. Fans just need to show their ticket at the Big Wave Shave Ice truck to receive two shave ices per ticket.

Upon arriving at the tournament on Saturday, families will be given an ‘Ohana Day passport, which features a scavenger hunt where kids are encouraged to collect passport stamps at select locations throughout the course. Once complete, families should fill out keiki name and school affiliation and drop it off at the Main Entrance to help their school district win a donation from Sentry Insurance and a chance to win a Sentry Tournament of Champions swag bag filled with tournament-branded gear including shirts, hats and more. Additional family experiences courtesy of First Tee, a youth development organization whose mission is to impact the lives of young people by developing life skills through the game of golf, include the First Tee Autograph Zone presented by Sentry and free shave ice from Big Wave Shave Ice (located by No. 18 green) on Aloha Friday and ‘Ohana Day for a limited time each day.

Closing Ceremony (Sunday)

After the final putt drops on Championship Sunday, fans are encouraged to stay for the tournament’s closing ceremony. Following play, PGA TOUR players will receive lei. The ceremony will feature closing remarks from cultural advisor Clifford Naeole and a short performance from a local Halau.

Fan Experiences

Taste Of Maui

Situated between No. 1 fairway and No. 18 green, the Taste of Maui has something for every fan’s palate from island favorites to island treats. Once spectators grab their food, they’ll want to make the short walk over to the iconic finishing hole at The Plantation Course, set against a backdrop of unparalleled beauty, it truly is a sight to be seen.

Joey’s Kitchen

Award-winning chef Joey Macadangdang has been on Maui for over 20 years and was the head corporate chef for Roy’s Kahana before opening his own restaurant, Joey’s Kitchen, in Whaler’s Village, Kaanapali Beach. As Chef Joey likes to say, “Hawaii is a melting pot” and in that pot, five unique styles of food to synthesize and simmer. The result? A richly diverse plethora of food derived from Japanese, Portuguese, Filipino and Chinese influences. Fans have the opportunity to enjoy some of Chef Joey’s creations on the course, including Joey’s Kitchen’s Famous Garlic Chicken, Pork Belly Chowfun and Chilled & Marinated Tofu & Vegetable Wrap.

Outrigger Pizza

Realizing most people on Maui have not experienced a traditional wood-fired pizza, two paddling buddies joined together to form The Outrigger Pizza Company. They completed Hawaii’s first mobile wood-fired pizza oven and opened in March 2010. Using handmade doughs and sauces, they prepare and cook delicious pizza in an Italian-style clay oven. With a variety of pizza options including Cheese, Pepperoni, Lilikoi Pork and White Cheddar Mushroom, there isn’t a wrong choice!

Castaway Café

Kaanapali’s own “best kept secret” Castaway Café brings several fun eats to the Sentry Tournament of Champions! Castaway Café will have hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, French fries, onion rings and Wisconsin cheese curds available for fans throughout the week.

Big Wave Shave Ice

Big Wave Shave Ice is back! Offering natural and traditional Hawaiian Shave Ice, Big Wave Shave Ice Company is an eco-conscious, family-owned business operating at the world renowned Napili Bay.

Jackson Family Wines

Kendall Jackson and other signature brands from the Jackson Family of Wines portfolio returns to the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Their wines will be featured onsite at all venues and locations where fans (21+) can purchase alcohol.

Fan Experience Zones

For fans, the Sentry Tournament of Champions is a Maui oasis, offering an experience onsite that celebrates the Aloha spirit of the Hawaiian Islands. From exclusive food offerings and the best views of golf to the traditional Hawaiian kick-off before the first tee time on Thursday, attending the Sentry Tournament of Champions is a celebration of Maui and fans are invited to Live Aloha during this special week in January.

Tommy Bahama Relax Zones

Some of the best views in golf can be seen from our Tommy Bahama Relax Zones at Hole Nos. 2, 10 and 14 at The Plantation Course at Kapalua.

These relax zones feature Tommy Bahama Beach Chairs that are open to the public to use while watching the best players in the world compete. In addition to beach chairs, each Tommy Bahama Relax Zone has an Instagram opportunity for fans to capture incredible views and create lasting memories of their experience at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Sentry Tournament of Champions Merchandise Tent

Spectators can’t forget to commemorate their day with a tournament souvenir! Fans can stock up on the newest Sentry Tournament of Champions or Kapalua Resort gear including new signature Sentry Tournament of Champions t-shirts only available at the 2023 event.

It’s back! The fan-favorite, Aloha-print Sentry Tournament of Champions rope hat returns in a new blue and white colorway. Fans should act fast on this tournament staple as the hast sold out by Friday morning the last few years. Even better? A $5 proceed from every hat sold will go back to local charitable efforts on island.

Tito’s Stillhouse

Open to the public and located on the signature finishing hole at The Plantation Course, the Tito’s Walk-Up Bar is the perfect place for the 21+ crowd to pick up one of the Sentry Tournament of Champions refreshing signature cocktails, Tropical Transfusion and Mulligan Mary, without missing any of the tournament action.

Concession on No. 11

While fans are out exploring the best views in golf on The Plantation Course at Kapalua, they can visit the concession area by No. 11 tee. Adjacent to this picturesque hole, with jaw-dropping views of Honolua Bay, spectators can choose from a variety of food and beverage options.

FanTime on 9

Located steps from the Main Entrance and near No. 2 green, FanTime On 9 will have fans feeling welcomed as soon as they walk through the gates of The Plantation Course at Kapalua. With food options from local food trucks, Merienda and Aloha Braised, fans will feel right at home. Spectators are welcome to enjoy the tasty food from the local trucks and beverage options from Michelob Ultra 19th Hole at the picnic-style seating area or they can enjoy as they walk to visit Sentry Presents: The Champions Experience.

YUM - Food Trucks!

Merienda: Established in 2021, Merienda Maui makes its home in the town of Lahaina. Chefs Motley Adovas and Danielle Soriano’s curated menu serves Asian Fusion Cuisine, encompassing light meals that fill the soul.

Aloha Braised: Started in 2018 by Jay-Mar Pascua, Aloha Braised offers tasty local dishes with a twist by combining fresh local ingredients at affordable pricing.

Michelob ULTRA Bar

As the Official Beer and Hard Seltzer Sponsor of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, fans 21 and over can enjoy a selection of beer and seltzers at the Michelob Ultra 19th Hole.

Hydration Stations presented by Maui Health

New this year, fans will be able to refill cups and water bottles via Hydration Stations presented by Maui Health located at FanTime On 9 and near No. 11 tee. Beginning Thursday through Sunday, be one of the first 250 fans through the Main Entrance to receive a Sentry Tournament of Champions and Maui Health co-branded RTIC water bottle.

With water refill stations onsite, spectators are encouraged to bring their own water bottles (no larger than 32 oz.) since reusable plastic or metal bottles that are empty upon entry and exit are permitted at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Sentry Presents: The Champions Experience

Located between hole No. 3 and hole No. 9 tee boxes, there’s so much to see and do in Sentry Presents: The Champions Experience. Swing simulators offer fans the chance during the day to take on PGA TOUR player in the field at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Don’t forget to check out the Legends Corner where you can watch videos from past champions. New this year is an interactive Be the Ball experience in which visitors guide a remote-controlled ball from tee to hole. Also new, visitors can have their photo taken in front of a green screen and choose a Sentry tournament of Champions background. The tournament trophy might also make an appearance. Photos will be emailed to guests.