Bubba at the noisy 16th hole in 2014. THERE WAS TROUBLE ON THE 17TH hole at the Honda Classic, according to at least two PGA Tour players, Billy Horschel and Sergio Garcia. This wasn't the Waste Management Phoenix Open, where mammoth crowds and a raucous atmosphere on the 16th hole are part of the deal, both expected and even celebrated. Show More Summary
It was déjà vu all over again for Hideki Matsuyama on Super Bowl Sunday. Just like a year ago, Matsuyama found himself in a long playoff for the Waste Management Phoenix Open title. And, just like last year against Rickie Fowler, Matsuyama finished off the win on the fourth playoff hole — the short par-4 17th at TPC Scottsdale. Show More Summary
Hideki Matsuyama’s love affair with the Waste Management Phoenix Open continued.
Hideki Matsuyama won the Waste Management Phoenix Open on the fourth hole of a playoff for the second straight year, outlasting Webb Simpson on Sunday at TPC Scottsdale. Matsuyama won with a 10-foot birdie putt on the short par-4 17th, the same hole where the 24-year-old Japanese star finished...
Hideki Matsuyama won the Waste Management Phoenix Open on the fourth hole of a playoff for the second straight year, outlasting Webb Simpson on Sunday at TPC Scottsdale
An intoxicated man fell 15 feet into a drainage area at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Saturday afternoon, officials said.
After being released from a Scottsdale jail for a DUI arrest, Steven Bowditch return to the Phoenix Open to play round 2
The 16th hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open just keeps getting bigger. And louder. And more crazy every year.
The Phoenix Open is always a better alternative than hours of Super Bowl pregame nonsense. It’s Super Bowl Sunday which also means, more importantly, it’s Waste Management Phoenix Open Sunday. The WMPO has annually taken the Super Bowl...Show More Summary
The Phoenix Open is the loudest event in golf and great alternative to boring Super Bowl pregame shows. It’s Super Bowl Sunday which also means it’s the final round of the rowdiest, drunkest, loudest event in golf. The Waste Management...Show More Summary
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – FEBRUARY 04: Hideki Matsuyama of Japan plays his tee shot on the 11th hole during the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on February 4, 2017 in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Jared C.Show More Summary
Byeong Hun An took a one-stroke lead Saturday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in front of a golf-record crowd of 204,906
Byeong Hun An took a one-stroke lead Saturday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in front of a golf-record crowd of 204,906. The South Korean player shot a six-under-par 65 at TPC Scottsdale to reach 16-under 197. An won the 2009 U.S. Amateur at 17 to become the youngest winner in event history,...
The week-long attendance record for the tournament is expected to be broken on Sunday.
PGA Tour player Steven Bowditch was arrested on suspicion of extreme DUI early Friday, getting out of jail soon enough to play in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in the afternoon
Brendan Steele and Byeong Hun An shared the lead Friday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open, while Justin Thomas cooled off in the desert
Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson are chasing Father Time as they try to win on the PGA Tour for the first time in years.
Matt Kuchar eagled the par-five 13th and added two late birdies and a big par save on the rowdy par-three 16th hole Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Coming off a seven-week break, Kuchar shot a seven-under 64 in perfect afternoon conditions at TPC Scottsdale...
Matt Kuchar eagled the par-5 13th and added two late birdies and a big par save on the rowdy par-3 16th hole Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Waste Management Phoenix Open