The World’s Top Professional Golfers Compete at Albany
The Hero World Challenge is a PGA TOUR event held in December at Albany in The Bahamas. The tournament features an elite field of 20 of the world’s top-ranked professional golfers and is hosted by golfing great Tiger Woods. The Hero World Challenge attracts the best in golf and drives strong philanthropic support for Tiger Woods Foundation, Tavistock Foundation and the Bahamas Youth Foundation. Every year, the tournament showcases unforgettable patron, player and sponsor experiences.
Albany’s Championship Golf Course
Since 2015, Albany’s championship golf course has hosted the Hero World Challenge. Designed by Earnie Els, the 18-hole links-style course features windswept dunes and unique water features that present challenges for professional golfers and amateurs alike.
The World’s Best Golfers
Every year 20 of the world’s top-ranked golfers are invited to compete at the Hero World Challenge. From hole-in-ones to birdie barrages and comeback wins, the spectacular field always puts on a show for those at Albany or watching at home. Past Hero World Challenge champions include: Henrik Stenson (2019), John Rahm (2018), Rickie Fowler (2017), Hideki Matsuyama (2016) and Tiger Woods (2001, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2011).
Hospitality at Albany during the Hero World Challenge is unmatched. The exclusive setting features premium dining and views on top of the finishing holes, inside-the-ropes golf experiences and exclusive evening events for guests.