The 2014-15 PGA TOUR season has rejoined battle for the 2015 portion of the campaign. As usual, the first January stop is Hawaii. Good choice.
Ah, Kapalua. There are few courses in the world that can rival the views at Kapalua. They could probably televise amateurs playing the course, and I'd watch at least a few holes of the coverage just for the scenery. While many of us are locked in winter's embrace, at Kapalua it's endless summer. There are surfers, paddleboarders, sailboats, and whales a-plenty to help us forget about the snow and ice outside at least for a little while.
While Kapalua signals the return of the PGA TOUR to the airwaves, the important tournaments are still weeks away. But isn't it good to have some great golf to watch again? And if the competition wanes, there are always the whales. It's a Monday finale, but Jimmy Walker and Hideki Matsuyama are tied for the lead after 54 holes.
Here is some of what you may have missed over the last several weeks. Let's hit the links.