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The inaugural tournament will be played on Oahu island.


HAWAII HAS LONG BEEN a site of PGA TOUR and Champions Tour events and with a new tournament scheduled for this year, the fun and games will continue. The Champions Tour,


which traditionally


begins its season in Hawaii, will return for a new event, the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship, which will be played at the Kapolei Golf Course on Oahu. The course is owned and the tournament staged by Pacific Links Hawaii. The Pacific Links Hawaii Championship will


have a field of 81 players competing for a $1.8 million purse. One of those expected in the field is World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman, making one of his occasional tournament appearances. Norman is an ambassador for Pacific Links Hawaii. “Over the years, Hawaii has served as a mid-


point for my commutes between the United States and Australia,” said Norman. “It is my pleasure to now have a direct involvement in the development of the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship, which will afford me the opportunity to spend more time in Hawaii on a consistent basis.” The winner of the tournament will have a chance to return to Hawaii in January for the


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select-field, season-opening 2013 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai Golf Course in Ka’upulehu-Kona on the Big Island, which features tournament winners from the previous season, former PGA TOUR major championship winners and members of the World Golf Hall of Fame.


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ONE OF THOSE EXPECTED IN THE FIELD IS WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME MEMBER GREG NORMAN.


The Pacific Links Hawaii Championship will be televised on Golf Channel, the PGA TOUR’s exclusive cable-television partner. The tournament will also be broadcast in China. The winner and any player finishing in the


top 10 at the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship will also earn points in the season-long Charles Schwab Cup competition, which concludes in November at the Cochise Course at the Desert Mountain Club. The November date for the season-ending tournament makes fall events all the more important for players trying to qualify for the event. Not that players every really need another reason to visit Hawaii. ■


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The 7,001-yard par-72 course was designed by architect Ted Robinson and features spectacular landscaping, thousands of coconut palms and five lakes which come into play on 12 holes. Robinson created more than 80 bunkers, many of which guard the elevated greens while others protect the landing areas of the gently contoured fairways. The many bunkers, elevated greens and gently contoured fairways add to the challenge. The course hosted the LPGA Ladies Hawaiian Open from 1996 to 2001 and has been favorably reviewed by several golf publications.


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