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ALBANY, Bahamas – As part of ongoing relief and rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Dorian, the Hero World Challenge has contributed $184,500 to the ONE Bahamas Fund through a charity challenge to the players.
Henrik Stenson won the 2019 Hero World Challenge after a strong back nine to finish with a final round 66 and a total of 18 under par, winning by one stroke over defending champion Jon Rahm. Stenson took the lead once and for all following an eagle on the par-5 15th hole to pull away […]
Eighteen of the world’s best players compete in the 2019 Hero World Challenge. Get to know the players in the field. Patrick Cantlay Former top-ranked amateur made his Hero World Challenge debut in 2018, finishing T5. Bryson DeChambeau Played in the Hero World Challenge for the first time in 2018, finishing T12. Tony Finau His […]
Tiger Woods earned the Hero Shot at Baha Mar championship on Monday, December 2, to kick off the 2019 Hero World Challenge. Woods defeated Jordan Spieth in the championship round by a score of 1,800-to-900. Woods defeated a star-studded field competing in the Hero Shot at Baha Mar which also featured Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau, Jon […]
As part of ongoing relief and rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Dorian, the Hero World Challenge announced today that additional donations will be made to the ONE Bahamas Fund through a charity challenge to the players. During the 2019 Hero World Challenge, the tournament will make a donation of $500 for each birdie, $1,000 for each eagle and $2,500 for each hole in one made by the professionals in competition rounds at Albany Wednesday, December 4 – Saturday, December 7.
The start of the 2019 Hero World Challenge will be unlike any event hosted in The Bahamas. While the action on the course tees off on Wednesday, December 4 at Albany, Bahamas, the week-long festivities of the Hero World Challenge begin on Monday, December 2 as the Hero Shot takes place at Baha Mar.
The Hero World Challenge isn’t your average PGA TOUR event. In fact, it’s far from it. Not only in location, but field, experience and so much more. That’s because the Hero World Challenge features the best of golf, but also one of its smallest. At only 18 players, it truly is a compilation of the best players in the world.
Sixteen of the 18 playing spots in the 2019 Hero World Challenge have been announced. The elite end-of-year PGA TOUR event held at Albany, Bahamas will feature eight of the top 10 players in the world. Among those committed include Tournament Host and 2019 Masters champion Tiger Woods, 2019 U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland, defending tournament champion Jon Rahm and past champions Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson.
For the third time since 2000, Pebble Beach Golf Links will be hosting the US Open and during that timeframe, the winner of the major has experienced success at the Hero World Challenge. This year, the US Open returns to Pebble Beach June 13-16.
The Hero World Challenge returns to Albany, Bahamas and will feature an exciting new schedule for the 2019 tournament. Round 1 will tee off on Wednesday, December 4 with competition concluding on Saturday, December 7. The Saturday finish will help accommodate the players’ travel schedule to the 2019 Presidents Cup, to be played in Australia the following week.
It’s been quite the PGA TOUR offseason for Jon Rahm following the end of the 2017-18 FedExCup playoffs. Two months after playing on his first Ryder Cup team and beating Tiger Woods 2 & 1 in a Sunday singles match to help clinch the 2018 Ryder Cup for Europe, Rahm hoisted what is affectionately known […]
With three players tied atop the leaderboard after the third round of the Hero World Challenge, Sunday’s closing round sets up to feature plenty of excitement. First-time tournament participants Tony Finau (67) and Jon Rahm (69) join two-time runner-up Henrik Stenson (69) in sitting at 13-under par entering Sunday’s play at Albany, Bahamas. Finau, ranked […]
Each year, the Hero World Challenge is about much more than just great golf. As play concludes on-course at Albany, Bahamas the action is just getting started. Reimaged in 2018, PGA TOUR players, Albany members, sponsors and invited guests enjoyed the annual tradition of India Nite Beach Party. The event, held at the spectacular Albany […]
ALBANY, Bahamas — An errant drive on the closing hole spoiled an otherwise splendid afternoon for Tiger Woods on Friday in the second round of the $3.5 million Hero World Challenge at Albany in the Bahamas. Cruising into the par-4 18th at 5-under and without a blemish on his scorecard, the five-time champion blocked a […]
A first-time tournament participant and a two-time runner up share the lead at the halfway mark of the 2018 Hero World Challenge. Jon Rahm and Henrik Stenson binged on birdies Friday to vault to 10-under par and take a one-shot lead over Dustin Johnson and Patrick Cantlay heading into the weekend at Albany, Bahamas. Rahm, […]
The Hero World Challenge has built a lasting legacy of giving back. Since inception, the event has raised over $26 million for TGR Foundation and select youth-focused charities. As the event, hosted by Tiger Woods and managed by TGR Live, crowns its 20th champion at Albany, Bahamas this week, the event’s legacy will be more than trophies, as it […]
Reigning Masters champion Patrick Reed and Hero World Challenge rookie Patrick Cantlay share the first-round lead at Albany, Bahamas after each shot a 7-under-par 65, three shots clear of the rest of the elite field that includes four of the five top-ranked golfers in the world and 18 of the world’s top 32. Cantlay had […]
ALBANY, Bahamas – Last December, Tiger Woods returned to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge after a 10-month absence and tied for ninth at Albany in the Bahamas. Woods, coming off spinal fusion surgery in April, wasn’t sure what to expect but held his own against the strong, 18-player field. He posted rounds of […]
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.
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 […]