When: February 1-4, 2018
Where: TPC Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Arizona
Format: 72 holes - Stroke Play
Defending Champion: Hideki Matsuyama
TV Coverage: GOLF Channel and CBS
The fans will come out to see the 2018 Waste Management Phoenix Open and see some of the best players on the planet. The tournament starts February 1- 4, 2018 in what will be another week to remember in the desert.
The event’s relaxed but raucous atmosphere has earned it the nickname “The Greatest Show on Grass” and made it one of the most popular events on the PGA Tour calendar. It always attracts a world class field.
Last year Hideki Matsuyama went back-to-back in the desert with another playoff thriller this time over Webb Simpson. In 2016, the Japanese phenom defeated Rickie Fowler in a sudden death playoff. With a win this year, Matsuyama can join Arnold Palmer as the only player to win the Phoenix Open three years in a row.
Past champions in Phoenix include Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller and Phil Mickelson, who is in the field this week looking to win for the fourth time on this venue.
The tournament also concludes on Super Bowl Sunday so it parlays into a fantastic sporting day. Don’t miss the 2018 Waste Management Phoenix Open golf betting action that takes place in Scottsdale - the greatest show on grass!
Preview: The PGA Tour is starting to heat up. Four tournaments and three playoffs so far as they head to Scottsdale, Arizona for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Let’s get the party started!
Hideki Matsuyama tries to go back-to-back-to-back and become the first player since Steve Stricker at the John Deere Classic, to do so. It won’t be easy for the Japanese phenom as a strong field awaits. Continue...
The Stadium Course, designed by the team of Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, is a masterful blend of challenge and play ability for the enjoyment of all levels of golfers, professional and amateur alike.
Set in the Sonoran Desert and surrounded by the majestic McDowell Mountains, TPC Scottsdale, a PGA TOUR Facility, embodies the standards of excellence in golf operations world wide.
Some great champions have been crowned in the history of the Phoenix Open like Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Jimmy Demaret, Walter Hagen, Billy Casper, Gene Littler, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Ben Crenshaw, and more recently Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh.
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The first game of the FBR Open was held in 1932, but in 1935 the tournament discontinued. The tradition was revived only four years later, in 1939, thanks to the efforts of the golfer Bob Goldwater.
The tournament was played in Phoenix, Arizona, at Phoenix Country Club. From 1995 the event was held at Arizona country club(located in Phoenix as well).
Since 1975 Phoenix Country Club became the golf tournaments permanent home once again. Twelve years later the event was moved to another location, TPC of Scottsdale Stadium Course.
Hideki Matsuyama won the Phoenix Open on the fourth hole of a playoff for the second straight year, outlasting Webb Simpson 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 off Rickie Fowler a year ago.
Matsuyama closed with a 5-under 66, parring the final three holes to match Simpson at 17-under 267. Matsuyama’s 20-foot birdie try to win in regulation on the par-4 18th hole stopped just short.
Simpson birdied three of the last four for a 64, the best round of the day.
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