The Waste Management Phoenix Open 2021, also known as the Greatest Game on Grass, is legendary among golf enthusiasts. Coming to Scottsdale, Arizona each winter, it is the world’s best-attended golf tournament. Taking place February 1st-7th, 2021 you can expect all the fun of Waste Management but with fewer people this year as they take precautions against Covid-19.
“Our players have missed you and the energy you bring to the PGA TOUR each week, and we are excited about the gradual return of fans to PGA TOUR events, done in a safe and responsible manner. The well-being of all associated with the PGA TOUR and the communities in which we play continues to be our No. 1 priority.” – PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan
Know Before you Go
The health and safety of all associated with the PGA TOUR is the No. 1 priority this year. There has been an extensive set of COVID-19 health and safety measures developed in conjunction with CDC guidelines that have been implemented to promote a safe environment and quality experience on the golf course. This includes the three W’s: Wear a Mask, Watch Your Distance, and Wash Your Hands. It takes the steadfast participation of everyone on-site to ensure a safe environment for everyone including guests, players, caddies, volunteers, and staff.
It is important that everyone on-site practices social distancing in order to help maintain a safe environment. While on-site, pay attention to visual and verbal cues for capacity, directional flow, and viewing area guidelines. Social distancing will lead the way.
Masks are required at PGA TOUR tournaments at all times, both indoors and outdoors, with limited exceptions. Exceptions include:
- Medical Conditions that make wearing a mask difficult
- Children under the age of 2
- While actively eating or drinking
- Guests should bring their own CDC approved face covering or cloth mask from home. Per CDC guidelines, a face shield is not a appropriate substitute for a face covering. Masks will be provided by the tournament to those guests who do not bring their own. Masks should fit snugly around the sides of the face and cover your nose, mouth, and chin. Masks must be affixed prior to arrival at the main entry gate. .
Prior to Arrival
Those who feel ill or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be admitted to PGA TOUR tournaments. For more information on symptoms and procedures for those experiencing them, please visit the CDC’s website.
Upon arrival at the event, each guest will be subject to a thermal screening and health questionnaire. Once guests receive an admissible result, they will proceed through standard security checks and bag search in a safe and socially distant manner.
Guests are required to present a valid ticket to enter tournament grounds via a contactless admissions process. Guests will proceed through the gates once a valid scan has been registered. Please practice social distancing when queuing for entry and wear your mask at all times.
Packages for Phoenix Waste Management Open 2021
$100 EA. | WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY OR SUNDAY
General Admission Single Daily Ticket
$125 EA. | FRIDAY OR SATURDAY
General Admission Single Daily Ticket
Enjoy the expansive, 192-acre TPC Scottsdale Stadium golf course while watching some of the most talented and popular players on Tour at this year’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. The health and safety of the guests, the greatest fans of golf, is of paramount importance and integral to the planning of the 2021 event. For more information and package options, please see their website.
- Wednesday, February 3rd | Annexus Pro-Am, TPC Stadium Course
- Thursday, February 4th | WM Phoenix Open 1st round
- Friday, February 5th | WM Phoenix Open 2nd round
- Saturday, February 6th | WM Phoenix Open 3rd round “Green Out” – We encourage everyone to wear green in support of the green/eco-sensitive efforts of our event.
- Sunday, February 7th | WM Phoenix Open 4th round
*Tickets will be limited to 10 per transaction.*
New this year, there’s a new way to help the kids! Here’s your opportunity to join the fun on the most iconic and exciting hole in golf, the 16th hole at the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open. By making a tax-deductible donation to Thunderbirds Charities, you can place your face or the faces of your family and friends at the 16th hole.
Founded in 1937 by the Thunderbirds, the WMPO is part of their mission to promote the Valley of the Sun through sports. In 2016 The Thunderbirds raised a record $9.3 million for charity and have eclipsed $111 million in charitable giving since its inception in 1932. For more information on The Thunderbirds or the 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open, visit www.wmphoenixopen.com.
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