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The 2023 calendar year starts off with one of the most anticipated events of the season, the Sentry Tournament of Champions. The Tournament of Champions invites all of the PGA TOUR winners of the prior season to compete in a unique limited-field event in Kapalua, Hawaii. This year, the field is filled out with some bright young stars who finished in the Top 30 of the prior season's FedExCup Playoffs.

Scroll below for the Sentry Tournament of Champions field list as of Friday, Dec. 30th at 5 p.m. ET.

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Current Tournament Winners

Keegan Bradley
Ryan Brehm
Sam Burns
Patrick Cantlay
Tony Finau
Matt Fitzpatrick
Russell Henley
Tom Hoge
Max Homa
Billy Horschel
Mackenzie Hughes
Tom Kim
K.H. Lee
Luke List
Hideki Matsuyama
Trey Mullinax
J.T. Poston
Seamus Power
Jon Rahm
Chad Ramey
Chez Reavie
Xander Schauffele
Scottie Scheffler
J.J. Spaun
Jordan Spieth
Sepp Straka
Adam Svensson
Justin Thomas
Will Zalatoris

Top 30 on Prior Season's FedExCup Playoffs and Eligibility Points List

Sungjae Im
Aaron Wise
Viktor Hovland
Cameron Young
Collin Morikawa
Brian Harman
Adam Scott
Corey Conners
Sahith Theegala
Scott Stallings

Source: Pgatour.com

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The seventh edition of Capital One’s The Match featured its strongest field of golfers yet and was played entirely under the lights for the first time. Those features made it one of the most memorable of these made-for-TV matches. 

Tiger Woods and reigning FedExCup champ Rory McIlroy took on Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in a best-ball competition Saturday from southwest Florida. Spieth and Thomas continued their success as a team, winning 3 and 2. They never trailed, but the camaraderie entertained throughout.

Here are five takeaways from The Match:


1. The Match wasn’t close but the trash talk and antics kept things entertaining. So did the players’ explanations about how they executed a variety of shots, such as Thomas talking about how he tried to “draw” a bunker shot so his ball would roll more. It’s a tip he took from Tiger.

2. No caddies? No problem for Spieth and Thomas, who made early birdie putts on Pelican’s slick putting surfaces to take a 2-up lead after three holes.

3. This was Woods’ first competitive appearance since The Open in July. He withdrew from last week’s Hero World Challenge with plantar fasciitis but said he had been playing well at home. 

4. Woods famously won at Firestone in the dark and McIlroy won a major, the 2014 PGA Championship, after sunset. But they only had to play one hole without sunlight. All 12 holes of The Match were lit only by floodlights, as the competition didn’t start until 7 p.m. Eastern.

5. The one-club challenge on the fourth hole produced the anticipated chaos, with Thomas winning the hole by making par with only a 5-wood. Woods played a stinger down an alternate fairway, then hit a hook shot with so much curve that its tracer line screamed across the television screen. A golf cart had to be moved so McIlroy could attempt his third shot.


Source: pgatour.com


If you're planning your wedding for 2023, you're in for a treat! There are so many jaw-dropping wedding trends that are set to be huge next year. From unique colour palettes to fresh new ideas for your ceremony and reception, we've got you covered. Keep reading to learn more about the most incredible wedding trends for 2023.


One of the biggest trends we're predicting for 2023 is bold and unique colour palettes. Say goodbye to the white dress and pastel shades. More and more couples are opting for daring and unforgettable colour schemes that reflect their personalities.

If you're planning a 2023 wedding, don't be afraid to experiment with some out-of-the-blue colour schemes. And remember, it's your wedding, so anything goes. Need help pinning down your perfect wedding colour scheme? Working with a supplier like MDM Entertainments will allow you to follow your dreams.


Another big trend we're seeing for 2023 is creative ceremony backdrops. Couples are thinking outside the box when it comes to their ceremony décor, and we love it!

From hanging greenery to statement arches, there are so many ways to make your ceremony space unique. This will also help to make your wedding photography even more breathtaking. We love Designer Flowers Essex for their stunning floral arrangements.


Your wedding reception should be a fun and festive celebration of your marriage, so it's important to choose the right entertainment. Gone are the days of hiring a band or DJ. Now, couples are opting for more unique and interactive forms of entertainment.

We're seeing everything from fire dancers to aerialists. If you want your wedding to be truly memorable, think outside the box when it comes to entertainment. For example, Funky Casinos will transform your wedding venue into a glitzy casino setting.


Single-use plastics and materials that damage the earth will be difficult to find in 2023 and beyond. Couples are using their special day as an opportunity to reduce their impact, whether that means locally-sourced food or sustainable wedding favours.

Need help making your wedding more sustainable? Choose S&K Hospitality for their delicious and locally-sourced menu ideas.


Kate Bush is topping the music charts and Top Gun is in the cinema. The 80s are back in a big way, so why not embrace this for your wedding day? Expect to see far more puff-sleeve wedding dresses, layers of organza and some seriously dramatic detailing.

Looking for your dream gown? Head to Amara Bridal to start your search. And if you're not a fan of the over-dramatic wedding dress, bridal suits for women are also set to be big in 2023.

So, there you have it, the top three wedding trends for 2023. We can't wait to see what next year has in store for us! Are you planning a 2023 wedding? Don’t forget to keep following our blog for all your wedding inspiration.

Happy planning!


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