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How to stream or watch Russell Henley

How to stream or watch Russell Henley

The 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii, which takes place at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii, is set for January 11-14, and Russell Henley will be among its participants.

Henley has a best finish of second, and an average finish of 18th, in his 19 events during the past year (including two top rounds of the day).

Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Henley before the the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii, including how to catch the action live on TV or via live stream.

Sony Open in Hawaii TV channel and live stream info

  • Date: January 11-14, 2024
  • Thursday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Friday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Saturday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Sunday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Course: Waialae Country Club
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Sony Open in Hawaii coverage on Fubo and ESPN+

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Russell Henley stats and recent trends

  • In this week’s event, Henley will seek his sixth straight top-20 finish.
  • Henley has earned one top-five finish and three top-10 finishes over his last five tournaments.
  • Henley has finished within three shots of the leader in one of his last five appearances. Over that span, he’s finished within five shots of the winner two times and finished with a better-than-average score five times.
  • In his last five tournaments, his average score has been -13.
  • Henley has qualified for the weekend five times in a row and will look to continue his streak this week.

Russell Henley at the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii

  • The par 70 measures 7,044 yards for this week, which is 47 yards longer than the average Tour stop over the past 12 months.
  • Waialae Country Club has seen an average tournament score of -9 recently, which is lower than the Tour scoring average of -5 across all courses over the past year.
  • Courses Henley has played over the past year have measured an average of 7,275 yards, 231 yards longer than the 7,044-yard Waialae Country Club for this week’s event.
  • The tournaments he’s played over the past year have seen an average score of -4. That’s higher than this…


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