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Waste Management Phoenix Open 2019

The Waste Management Phoenix Open, 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.

The Waste Management Phoenix Open, 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.

The WMPO annually sees the biggest crowds on the PGA tour and starts this year with golf played by such luminaries as Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Keegan Bradley, Rickie Fowler, and Brandt Snedeker. For first time visitors, it’s an absolute must to check out Hole 16, with its stadium seating and crowd numbers exceeding 16,000! For tacos and tequila, you’ll find the new and improved El Rancho on 12.

Other must-visit areas include craft Haus and Fan Zone. What’s more, WMPO is an absolutely green event, with excellent material management every year.

The 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open will be held from January 28, 2019, to February 3, 2019, on the Scottsdale Tournament Players Club (TPC Scottsdale). You can easily find tickets to the WMPO, supported by key sponsors Ak-Chin and Coors Light here.

The price varies: it’s free on Monday and Tuesday, $40 on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and $50 on Friday and Saturday. Following the main event, the Coors Light Birds Nest will be hosting concerts. Coors Light Birds Night will feature Old Dominion on January 30th (with tickets starting from $76), Jake Owen on January 31st (tickets starting from $92), the Chainsmokers and Snoop Dog on February 1st (tickets starting from $187), and Martin Garrix on February 2nd (starting from $105). You can find tickets to these concerts here.

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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