The Waste Management Phoenix Open is the Greatest Show on Grass
While most of the country has been shoveling snow and scrapping windshields for the last month, Arizona has been basking in the sun. Did you know the average temperature during the week of the Phoenix Open is right around 80? That means one thing and one thing only; 2019 will be the most attended Waste Management Phoenix Open in the history of the event, with some expecting to see upwards of 800,000 people through the gates.
It’s the greatest show on grass for a reason, and with the course in great shape and the field full of one-named guys, be prepared if you want to enjoy the week.
Annually sporting the largest crowds on the PGA Tour, the Waste Management Phoenix Open has gained legendary status on Tour for being unlike any other golf tournament. It starts with the unbelievable golf played by the likes of Rickie Fowler, Brandt Snedeker, Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson, and Keegan Bradley on the beautiful TPC Scottsdale and ends with the biggest galleries on Tour.
If you are visiting for the first time, hole 16 is a must-see. With stadium seating and crowds exceeding 16,000, it makes the fan experience at this hole more comparable to a Phoenix Suns game than a traditional PGA Tournament. How do I get into the 16th, you ask? With just over 3,000 general admission seats, landing a spot on the 16th without a suite ticket can be tough.
The par-3 16th hole is where we are at, and by far the most exciting place to see a round of the tour. TripNerd 2020 tournament packages and hospitality include Pro-Am and PR tickets on Wednesday and 4 tournament tickets on the 16th Hole Suite for Thursday – Sunday. Be are part of the undisputed iconic hole at the TCP Scottsdale.