After a short break, the US PGA Tour returns this week and Hawaii is the venue for the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
Thirty-four players will line up at the Plantation Course at Kapalua as last season’s tournament winners battle it out to claim the $1.3million first prize cheque.
The last eight winners of the event have been American, but that run could come to an end this week and there could be a European champion to celebrate.
Jon Rahm heads to Hawaii having finished second last year and having already won on the PGA Tour this season – after victory at last month’s Hero World Challenge.
The Spaniard is looking to follow in the footsteps of countryman Sergio Garcia, who won in 2002 when the tournament was called the Mercedes Championship.
Rahm (20/1 to win The Masters) is currently ranked sixth in the world and a good start to the year can see him move a big step closer to the prospect of becoming world number one.
The latest in the long line of young US golfers off the conveyer belt is Cameron Champ, with the 23-year-old already a winner on Tour.
Champ claimed victory in the Sanderson Farms Championship in October and has already made a name for himself as one of the longest hitters in the game.
The son of a former Baseball player, the man from California has moved into the top 100 in the world and is currently second in the Birdie Average stats.
Marc Leishman finished tied-7th at last year’s Tournament of Champions, but it could have been even better if he hadn’t had a third-round collapse.
The Australian carded three sub-70 rounds last year, with a third-round 76 putting an end to his hope of challenging eventual winner Dustin Johnson. But, after firing an opening round 67, the 35-year-old could be a good bet for first-round leader in Maui.
Leishman is also 20/29 to beat Paul Casey during the 1st round, which looks a good option considering there are claims that the Englishman could be playing with new irons this week.
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