Injection of star power has revitalized the once-lackluster Tournament of Champions

Remember the days when the Sentry Tournament of Champions was so strapped for stars that the PGA Tour considered making a victory worth a two-year exemption into the event and even mulled transitioning the year-opener to a mixed-team tournament with the LPGA? Gary Woodland maintained his advantage thanks to a 64-foot eagle putt at the 15th hole but those in pursuit are a who's who of Tour stardom, with Rory McIlroy alone in second place, three strokes back, and Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau and Dustin Johnson all among the top 10 heading into the final turn in Maui. This year, 34 of the 37 players who qualified for Maui made the trip.

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