Congratulations to Kevin Shimomura from Ko Olina Golf Course for capturing the 2014 Visa Hall of Fame Championship at Kapalua with a two day total of 68-72-140 (5-under par). Garrett Okamura from the Dunes at Maui Lani finished second with scores of 70-75-145 total.
Kevin Hayashi from Nanea Golf Club captured the senior division with a two day total of 70-66-136 (9-under par). Hayashi’s round included a hole-in-one on No. 11 from 164-yards. Hayashi won by six strokes over Kirk Nelson from Maui Nui Golf Course 68-74-152.
Bill Hunt from GolfTec Hawaii captured the super senior division title for the third consecutive year with a two day total of 68-74-142 (3-under par). Hunt won by nine strokes over Rodney Acia from Hilo Municipal Golf Course 71-80-151.
The Aloha Section Senior Stroke Professional Championship was held in conjunction with the tournament. The top three qualifiers are Kevin Hayashi from Nanea Golf Club, Kirk Nelson from Maui Nui Golf Club and Jay Taise from Hapuna Golf Club. They will represent the Aloha Section PGA at the 26th Senior PGA Professional National Championship which will be held on November 13-16, 2014 at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
The Visa Hall of Fame Championship was played at both the Bay and Plantation Courses at Kapalua. The field consists of PGA Members from the Aloha Section. Visa is a supporting partner of Kapalua Resort and a sponsor of the event.