Tyrrell Hatton is expected to join the field at the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii, according to a press release issued by the title sponsor, Sony Group Corporation. While the list of players is “subject to change,” the release includes several notable names, including defending champion Sii Woo Kim, Matt Fitzpatrick, Lucas Glover, Hideki Matsuyama, and Justin Rose. The event will have a purse of $8.6 million, with the winners’ share set at $1,494,099, and all proceeds will benefit Hawaii’s communities through the Friends of Hawaii Charities.
Rumors surrounding Hatton’s potential involvement with LIV Golf have been circulating since Jon Rahm signed with the organization. However, no definitive statements have been made, and Hatton himself has remained silent on the matter. Despite the speculation, players like Tony Finau have publicly expressed their commitment to the PGA Tour for 2024.
Hatton’s successful 2023 season, which included victory in the Ryder Cup as part of the European team, has highlighted his talent. With numerous Top 25 finishes and strong showings in major tournaments, Hatton’s performance has solidified his reputation as a top player in the sport.
As the golf world eagerly awaits Hatton’s decision regarding LIV Golf, his presence at the upcoming Sony Open in Hawaii is sure to draw attention and anticipation.