The Hero World Challenge 2018

The Hero World Challenge 2018 will no doubt be another spectacular event with a very elite field of the world’s top players, Rickie Fowler was the victorious winner last year and will no doubt be in the mix of things again come Sunday afternoon.

The Hero World Challenge 2018 - Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler

The event is once again hosted by Tiger Woods who will hopefully bring his A game along after a pretty drab encounter v Phil Mickelson in Nevada for the winner take all events staged last week.

Exciting golf in an exclusive setting, the Hero World Challenge combines the best of luxury with 18 of the world’s top-ranked golfers at Albany, Bahamas.

Location: Bahamas

Dates of the event: NOVEMBER 26-DECEMBER 2, 2018

GOLF’S MOST EXCLUSIVE FIELD

The Hero World Challenge has a longstanding history of incredible golf moments thanks in part to the game’s most exclusive field. With 18 of the world’s top-ranked players vying for the Hero World Challenge trophy each year, the competition at Albany, Bahamas is sure to heat up.

PAST CHAMPIONS

Tiger Woods – tournament host & five-time champion
Rickie Fowler – 2017 champion
Hideki Matsuyama – 2016 champion
Bubba Watson – 2015 champion
Jordan Spieth – 2014 champion

The full field is confirmed for the 2018 Hero World Challenge, the invitation-only PGA TOUR event to be held Nov. 29-Dec. 2 at Albany, the Bahamas for the fourth consecutive year.

The 2018 Hero World Challenge field features players representing six different countries including four of the top five, and 16 of the top 28 players in the world.
2018 Hero World Challenge field:

Name (Official World Golf Ranking as of 11/4/18), Country
Justin Rose (1), England
Dustin Johnson (3), USA
Justin Thomas (4), USA
Bryson DeChambeau (5), USA
Jon Rahm (8), Spain
Rickie Fowler (10), USA
Jason Day (11), Australia
Xander Schauffele (12), USA
Tiger Woods (13), USA – Tournament Host
Tony Finau (14), USA
Patrick Reed (15), USA
Bubba Watson (17), USA
Patrick Cantlay (19), USA
Alex Noren (20), Sweden
Hideki Matsuyama (24), Japan
Henrik Stenson (28), Sweden
Keegan Bradley (31), USA*
Gary Woodland ( 32), USA*

With such an exclusive field in attendance once again I am sure we are in for a salivating weekend in the warmer climes of Albany in the Bahamas!
Our money is on Tiger – where is your money!?

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