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Tournament Host Tiger Woods welcomes elite field to Albany, Bahamas for the 2018 Hero World Challenge

The majority of the star-studded field is set for the 2018 Hero World Challenge, the invitation-only PGA TOUR event to be held Nov. 29-Dec. 2 at Albany, Bahamas for the fourth consecutive year.

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2018 featured player: Justin Rose

While it’s hard to compete with a gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games and recording the first hole-in-one in the history of Olympic Golf, Justin Rose’s 2018 season might have topped it. For the first time in his career, Justin Rose accumulated the most points to take home the FedExCup trophy, the PGA TOUR’s […]

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2018 featured player: Tiger Woods

For golf fans around the world, Tiger Woods’ return to the golf course brought a new level of excitement and anticipation as he hit the links for the first time at last year’s Hero World Challenge. Little did they know, he was going to provide them an action-packed season. Woods secured seven top-10 finishes this […]

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Hero MotoCorp Extends Title Sponsorship of the Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods to host 2018 Hero World Challenge at Albany, Bahamas, Nov. 29 – Dec. 2

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Social media reacts to Tigers return at Hero World Challenge

While Tiger Woods returned to competitive golf during the 2017 Hero World Challenge, members of the golf world weren’t the only ones to show excitement.

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Rickie Fowler sets course record, wins Hero World Challenge

ALBANY, Bahamas – Rickie Fowler knew he had to do something special to catch Charley Hoffman, and he didn’t disappoint. Trailing by seven strokes starting Sunday’s final round of the $3.5 million Hero World Challenge, Fowler opened with seven consecutive birdies and fired an Albany  and tournament-record 11-under-par 61 to win by four strokes over […]

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Hoffman takes five stroke lead into final round of Hero World Challenge

ALBANY, Bahamas – Veteran Charley Hoffman is streaky and his formidable game is clicking this week. The 2017 Presidents Cup team member overcame blustery conditions to break par for the third consecutive day and increased his cushion to five strokes in the 19th Hero World Challenge at Albany Resort.

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Going global

The Hero World Challenge is far from your typical PGA TOUR event. The 18-player field this week at Albany, Bahamas is comprised of the best golfers in the world with a list of on-course accomplishments too great to name. But a great field is not enough to separate the Hero World Challenge from other tournaments. […]

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Get to know the Hero World Challenge field

Daniel Berger Claims he’d be a pro tennis player, if not a pro golfer. Father, Jay, is the director of men’s tennis for the United States Tennis Association (USTA), was head coach of the 2012 U.S. Olympic tennis team, and has served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Davis Cup and Olympic tennis teams. […]

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Tiger Woods to play in 2017 Hero World Challenge

Following nine months away from competitive golf, tournament host Tiger Woods is set to make his return at the 2017 Hero World Challenge Nov. 30 – Dec. 3 at Albany, Bahamas. “I am excited to return to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge,” Woods said. “Albany is the perfect setting and it will be […]

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Golf’s most exclusive round

There aren’t many rounds of golf more exclusive than the Hero World Challenge pro-am. Playing with one of the world’s top 18 players is matched only by the experience at Albany, Bahamas, making the pro-am a bucket-list experience for the most avid amateur golfers. The pro-am at Albany is far more than just 18 holes […]

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2017 Hero World Challenge field announced

Tournament Host Tiger Woods to welcome elite 18-player field to Albany, Bahamas Nov. 30-Dec. 3.

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Crowning a world champion

Making his third start in the World Challenge, Hideki Matsuyama carried a huge lead into Sunday and held on for the victory at the 2016 Hero World Challenge. His 18-under was two strokes better than runner-up Henrik Stenson, who finished at 16-under par.

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Action heats up off the course

The full experience at the Hero World Challenge extends well beyond the golf course. While a round in the the pro-am and followingsome of the best 18 golfers in the world are highlights of the week at Albany, Bahamas, you must take advantage of the nightlife to truly experience all that tournament week has to […]

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Breaking down the 2016 Hero World Challenge field

Bubba Watson was a late entry into the 2015 Hero World Challenge field and made the most of the opportunity. Originally concerned that he couldn’t get a passport for his young daughter in time, Watson turned down an invitation to The Bahamas, then ended up in the field when Jason Day withdrew.

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Golf’s most exclusive round

With the gates at Albany closed to the public Wednesday, Nov. 30, groups of professional and amateur golfers took the course. The pro-am at Albany is golf’s most exclusive round, with 18 of the world’s best players comprising the Hero World Challenge field.

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Wednesday Pro-Am tee times

Eighteen of the world’s best golfers take to Albany, Bahamas, for the 2016 Hero World Challenge, where tournament host Tiger Woods makes his anticipated return to the course. Before teeing it up in competitive rounds, the best field in golf hits the course at Albany for the Hero World Challenge Pro-Am on Wednesday.

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Tiger Woods to make return to competitive golf at Hero World Challenge

Following 16 months away from competitive golf, tournament host Tiger Woods is set to make his return at the 2016 Hero World Challenge, Dec. 1-4, at Albany in The Bahamas.

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A social experience

A week of golf, hospitality and one-of-a-kind experiences made up the first Hero World Challenge held at Albany in the Bahamas. Guests and fans shared their time in paradise on social media, as #heroworldchallenge created Instagram buzz with memorable moments shared for all to see.

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A new champion crowned

When a spot opened up just days before the start of the 2015 Hero World Challenge, Bubba Watson answered the called. While in the Bahamas, Watson did much more, as he finished 25-under to win the 2015 Hero World Challenge.

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