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Hyundai Tournament of Champions Offers FREE Admission

December 13, 2010, 9:32 AM HST
* Updated December 13, 9:35 AM
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The upcoming Hyundai Tournament of Champions is giving Kamaaina a close up and personal experience this year with free admission and special rates for accommodations. This year’s golf tournament will offer free admission, free parking, and a host of other complimentary activities in the Fan Zone.

The Kapalua Villas. Courtesy Photo.

The Kapalua Villas. Courtesy Photo.

The January 2-9 event in Kapalua features two time defending champion Geoff Ogilvy, Ernie Els, Adam Scott, Jim Furyk, Anthony Kim, and more—who will be competing for a $5.6 million purse.

In addition to free admission, families can also take advantage of a Family Fund Day on January 2nd featuring Hawaiian Cultural activities and entertainment.  Then, on January 5th, the event will kick off the Fed Ex Cup festivities that will include entertainment by recording artist Kealii Reichel of Maui.


The Kapalua Villas’ Gold Villas, is offering nightly rates of $239, with kamaaina offered Gold Villa guest-amenities and services. For a limited time, The Kapalua Villas is also providing all guests with a free Honolua Store reusable tote.


“The Hyundai Tournament of Champions is hole-for-hole one of the most exciting golf competitions in the world,” said TJ Oesterling, general manager of The Kapalua Villas.

“After a long day on the green, The Kapalua Villas makes it easy for golf fans to kick back and relax in spacious one-, two- or three-bedroom Villas which offer the comforts of home and all the luxury of a world-class hotel,” said Oesterling.

(Posted by Wendy Osher; supporting information courtesy Kapalua Villas)  *** If you enjoyed this post, you may also like our story on the upcoming Kapalua Food and Wine Festival.

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