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PGA Tour Season Opener To Tee Off At Kapalua With SBS Championship

January 4, 2010, 6:00 AM HST
* Updated January 5, 9:05 AM
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The PGA Tour tees-off this week with the season opening SBS Championship at the Kapalua Plantation Course.  The new title sponsor Seoul Broadcasting System takes over what was formerly the Mercedes Championship.

Today and tomorrow are reserved for professional practice rounds with the Pro-Am set for Wednesday and the tournament running from Thursday through Sunday.

The field includes 34 PGA professionals who are competing for their share of $5.6 million.

Tickets On Sale Now!
For event information call 808-665-9160 or for ticket purchasing information call 877-772-5425

Maui Events: SBS Championship Ticket Information





Description Date(s) Day(s) In Advance
through 1/3
At Gate
After 1/3
The Lookout over Honolua Bay Premium Seating Jan. 5 – 11 Monday – Sunday Varies Varies
Season** Jan. 4 – 10 Monday – Sunday $55 $80
2-Day Practice Rounds Jan. 4 – 5 Monday – Tuesday $15 $20
Pro-Am Jan. 6 Wednesday $15 $20
First Round Jan. 7 Thursday $15 $20
Second Round Jan. 8 Friday $15 $20
Third Round Jan. 9 Saturday $20 $30
Final Round Jan. 10 Sunday $20 $30
Good Any Day
*Available Online Only
Jan. 6 – 8 Wed., or Thurs., or Fri. $15 $20
Good Any Day
*Available Online Only
Jan. 9 – 10 Sat. or Sun. $20 $30
Children 16 and under free when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult. Children are ticketed at gate only.

** Season pass allows grounds access all week, January 4 – 10, 2010; includes practice rounds, Pro-Am and all four rounds of professional play during the SBS Championship.

Children age 16 and under free when accompanied by a ticket holding adult. Advance ticketing not required for children.

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