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Sentry Tournament of Champions to feature limited ticketed guests

By Staff | Nov 6, 2020

KAPALUA — The Sentry Tournament of Champions announced that it is on track to host its annual event with a limited number of ticketed guests onsite in 2021.

The event returns to The Plantation Course at Kapalua from Jan. 7-10. Information about the tournament is available at SentryTournamentOfChampions.com.

The tournament has worked with the PGA Tour, local and state governments, and leading health authorities on a stringent health and safety plan to host some of the tour’s best players and a limited number of ticketed guests onsite.

The 2021 venue for these guests, named the Aloha Club, located on the 18th hole of The Plantation Course at Kapalua, will be open air and located at ground level, specifically laid out to focus on social distancing and providing a safe atmosphere onsite. The Aloha Club will feature a special limited kama’aina option, as well as exclusive tournament offerings.

Guests onsite will be limited to the area of the venue and will not be permitted to roam the course in compliance with PGA Tour health and safety guidelines.

In addition to unobstructed views of the finishing hole, the Aloha Club includes onsite parking as well as other offerings found on the tournament website.

Groups of seating, drink rail and other areas will be spaced six feet apart in accordance with regulations. Guests will be asked to wear masks onsite, except for when eating or drinking.

The kama’aina offer in the Aloha Club is also located on the scenic 18th hole at The Planation Course at Kapalua.

This ticket is meant to provide an upgraded experience for Hawaii residents.

“We’re excited about the progress made to safely host the 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions,” said Executive Director Alex Urban.

“The well-being for everyone onsite and our Maui community is our number one priority, and the PGA Tour has a proven track record in regards to health and safety, having successfully returned to competition in June. We’ll continue to work diligently with national, state and local governments and health officials alongside the tour to bring a successful tournament to the Maui community in January. We are so proud to be leading the way in returning world-class events to Hawaii.”

The PGA Tour has continued to adapt its health and safety plan by re-implementing Pro-Ams and the Honorary Observers program. For more information on both programs, contact Urban at AlexUrban@pgatourhq.com or (808) 665-9160, or visit SentryTournamentOfChampions.com.

For more information about the tournament, visit SentryTournamentOfChampions.com.

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