Sentry Tournament of Champions Tickets Now Available
Tickets are now available for the 2019 Sentry Tournament of Champions, which returns to The Plantation Course at Kapalua from January 2 through 6, 2019.
There are a variety of ticket packages available for the 2019 Sentry Tournament of Champions, including a special Kama’aina offer, which is a $25 Good-Any-One-Day ticket for Hawai‘i residents.
The upgraded Aloha Club Skybox at the 2019 Sentry Tournament of Champions is located on the iconic finishing hole of The Plantation Course at Kapalua. This upgraded hospitality venue provides unobstructed views of the 18th hole and green and includes all-inclusive premium food and beverage options, upgraded interiors and preferred parking for all ticket-purchasers. Aloha Club ticket purchasers will enjoy a social, collaborative atmosphere, complete with upgraded interiors. Aloha Club tickets are available at $900 per ticket, good Thursday through Sunday.
Clubhouse tickets are also now on sale, and fans are encouraged to purchase early as for the first time, the Clubhouse is only accessible with a Clubhouse ticket. New this year, Clubhouse ticket holders will have access to a reserved standing area on the 18th green for viewing as well as shuttle service from the main entrance up to the Clubhouse as fans arrive.
In addition to these options, the Champions Weekly Package offers two grounds tickets for Wednesday’s Pro-Am, two Clubhouse weekly tickets (for Thursday through Sunday) and one preferred parking pass for Wednesday through Sunday.
The Sentry Tournament of Champions offers free admission for active, retired or reserve U.S. Military members and their dependents. Fans are also reminded that up to three children, ages 18 and under are admitted free of charge with every one (1) paid adult (applies to grounds access only).
To purchase tickets or for a full list of ticket options and pricing, go to www.sentrytournamentofchampion
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