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    • 2004 Sony Open in Hawaii Fact Sheet

    Dates:

    Sunday, January 11, 2004 through Sunday, January 18, 2004

    Site:
    :Waialae Country Club Golf Course, Honolulu, Hawaii
    Par 70 (35-35); 7,068 yards

    Purse:
    $4,800,000

    Champion's Prize:
    $864,000

    Title Sponsor:
    Sony Corporation

    Sponsor of Record:
    Friends of Hawaii Charities, Inc.

    Charity Partner:
    The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.

    Defending Champion:
    Ernie Els

    Past Champions
    1999 Jeff Sluman 2001 Brad Faxon
    2000 Paul Azinger 2002 Jerry Kelly

    Ticket Pricing:
    Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Free admission
    Daily General Admission Tickets: (Wed. - Sun.) $10 pre-sale, $15 at the gate
    Season Badges (good all week) $35 pre-sale, $50 at the gate

    Schedule of Events:
    Sunday, January 11
    7:00 AM All day Amateur Practice Rounds, Waialae Country Club
    8:00 AM 6:00 PM Million Dollar Shot Semi Finals presented by Forum Engineering

    Monday, January 12
    7:00 AM Noon Professional Practice
    11:30 AM Tournament Blessing on the 10th Tee, Waialae Country Club
    Noon Shotgun Sony Dream Cup Pro-Am, Waialae Country Club

    Tuesday, January 13
    All day Professional Practice
    3:00 PM First Hawaiian Bank's Pro-Junior Golf Challenge
    (Featuring 6 PGA TOUR Pros teamed with 6 Top Hawaii State Jr. Golfers)

    Wednesday, January 14
    6:50 AM All Day Sony Open in Hawaii Official Pro-Am, Waialae Country Club
    12:30PM Shotgun Satellite Pro-Am presented by Forum Engineering

    Thursday, January 15
    7:00 AM All Day First Round, (ESPN Broadcast (LIVE-Times TBD)

    Friday, January 16
    7:00 AM All Day Second Round, (ESPN Broadcast (LIVE-Times TBD)

    Saturday, January 17
    8:00 AM 5:30 PM Third Round, (ESPN Broadcast (LIVE-Times TBD)

    Sunday, January 18
    8:00 AM 5:00 PM FINAL Round, (ESPN Broadcast, (LIVE-Times TBD)
    5:15 PM Million Dollar Shot Finals presented by Forum Engineering

    *Schedule Subject to Change Revised 4/7/03

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