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This week's Sony Open represents the first full-field PGA Tour event of 2021 and also the last tournament to be played in Hawaii this year. After four rounds from Waialae Country Club, 12 more months will pass before picturesque scenes and primetime viewing are piped into living rooms across the continental United States.

In other words, soak it up.

It's not just the scenery that's great either. The field is strong, too. The Sony Open -- despite its strong history and beautiful locale -- is normally one of the pretty mediocre fields throughout the PGA Tour season, but this year's group is the best of the last five years.

The course setup will be wildly different than what we saw last week, which is great because variance is always a good thing when it comes to golf. So enjoy the farewell for another year to the 50th state and what should be another extremely compelling event.

After three rounds, it's Brendan Steele out front in Honolulu at 18 under. He'll have plenty of chasers come Sunday afternoon, including Joaquin Niemann at 16 under and 11 other golfers within four shots of the lead. It would be Steele's first victory since 2017 if successful on Sunday. He also coincidentally came up short in a playoff at this event last year to Cameron Smith.

All times Eastern; streaming start times approximated

Round 4 -- Sunday

Round starts: 1:20 p.m.

Live TV coverage: 4-8 p.m. on Golf Channel
Live stream online: 4-8 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free) and NBCSports.com 

Radio: 3-8 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio