The PGA TOUR’s HERO WORLD CHALLENGE is set to take place from November 30th to December 5th at the Albany GC. The total prize money for the event is $4.5 million and the winner will walk away with $1 million. The tournament will be broadcast live on various platforms including the Golf Channel and NBC. Tiger Woods is returning to the competition for the first time since his surgery earlier this year. The 20-man field includes top players such as Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, and Collin Morikawa. The tournament is sanctioned by the PGA Tour and receives world ranking points. The next tournament is The Sentry on Jan. 4-7. More information about the event can be found on the official PGA Tour website.
Meanwhile, the ISPS HANDA AUSTRALIAN OPEN will be held in Sydney, Australia, with a total prize money of AD 1.7 million. The defending champion is Adrian Meronk and Ashleigh Buhai. The event will be broadcast live on the Golf Channel. The Australian Open is recognized as the world’s fifth-oldest national championship, dating back to 1904. More information about the event can be found online.
Lastly, the INVESTEC SOUTH AFRICAN OPEN will take place in Johannesburg, with a prize money of $1.5 million. The defending champion is Thriston Lawrence. The tournament will be broadcast live on the Golf Channel. The South African Open is one of the oldest championships in golf history, with a legacy dating back to 1903. Additional information about this event can be found on the European Tour and Sunshine Tour websites. For more golf news and updates, visit https://apnews.com/hub/golf.