A scary situation emerged out of Honolulu during the Sony Open
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Technicians and camera operators represented by IATSE walked off the job before the Golf Channel’s coverage Sunday of the Sony Open in Hawaii, prompting a scramble by the NBC-owned network to preserve the dulcet feel of a golf broadcast. Elements...Show More Summary
Winning the first event of the year could signal a breakthrough campaign
-17 James Hahn (USA) 67 69 65 62 Patton Kizzire (USA) 67 64 64 68 -16 Tom Hoge (USA) 65 65 64 70 -15 Brian Harman (USA) 64 63 68 70 Webb Simpson (USA) 67 70 63 65 Brian Stuard (USA) 67 66 67 65 -14 Ben Martin (USA) 69 66 66 65 Ollie Schniederjans (USA)
Jan 14 (Reuters) - Patton Kizzire outlasted James Hahn over six playoff holes to win the Sony Open in Hawaii on Sunday for his second win of the PGA Tour season.
A low-key Sony Open got a little zany on Sunday and it had little to do with the actual golf, which Patton Kizzire played best to win in an interminable playoff. The PGA Tour hops from Maui to Oahu this week for the first full-fieldShow More Summary
We have our first two-time winner on the PGA Tour this season
Patton Kizzire defeated James Hahn in a six-hole playoff, capturing his second career victory with a par at No. 17.
Patton Kizzire outlasted James Hahn in six extra holes to win the Sony Open to become the first multiple winner on the PGA Tour this season
Patton Kizzire goes 24 holes to win the Sony Open in a playoff over James Hahn
Patton Kizzire outlasted James Hahn in six extra holes to win the Sony Open to become the first multiple winner on the PGA Tour this season. Kizzire, who won the OHL Classic in Mexico last fall, closed with a two-under 68. That turned out to be the easy part. James Hahn shot 62 in the final round...
No one feels good about a labor dispute and we certainly didn't need
On Sunday morning, union workers involved in audio and video production for three Golf Channel tournaments walked off the job in a protest of job conditions. That led to disruptions in coverage at the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic (a Web.com...Show More Summary
HONOLULU (AP) — Charles Howell III was eating breakfast in his hotel when the restaurant at the Kahala started buzzing.
Camera operators and technicians walked out before Sunday’s coverage of the Web.com Tour, PGA Tour, and Champions Tour on Golf Channel. Unionized Golf Channel production crews walked out in a strike Sunday, impacting morning Web.comShow More Summary
Events on every tour are now being affected by this strike
The camera and video crew walk out is based on failed union contract negotiations.
Jan 13 (Reuters) - Unheralded Tom Hoge birdied the final two holes to take a one-stroke lead after an eventful third round of the Sony Open in Hawaii on Saturday.