2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open Details
From the tee to the green, the clubhouse to the fairway, the Waste Management
Phoenix Open is one of the most sensational professional golf tournaments to attend. TPC Scottsdale is an absolutely magnificent
course at which to watch the best golfers in the world compete, and every player is looking to make a name for himself, to
outfox and outplay the competition and demonstrate he has what it takes to win. And of course the stunning vistas and backdrop
don't hurt. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is hands-down one of the most thrilling tournaments to attend. You can be there
at this year's Waste Management Phoenix Open to see all your favorite pro golfers battle it out live and in person. This event
has had some real drama on the links over the past few years, so tickets to this event are sure to be in demand in 2014. The
best golfers will hit the course in January into February to take on all the challenges that comes with TPC Scottsdale.
there in person when the best golfers in the world hit the tees at a top-tier course is something that golf fans all over
the world crave, and for good reason. This tournament will see golf's best come together to hit the link at this legendary
course to see who will emerge as the winner. The competition is always intense at this event, as past attendees know, so make
sure you're there in 2014 when this awesome event tees off. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is set to take place from January
20th to February 2nd in 2014.
2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open Participants
The 2014 Waste Management
Phoenix Open should be one of the best events of this golf season and feature some of the biggest names in golf as they take
to the links to compete for the top prize. Fans of the game of golf are always looking to see Tigers Woods hit the course
live and in person, and that will certainly be the case at this event. Woods will be looking to hone his game heading into
the Major Championships of the season, and this event if a great tune-up. Woods still has Jack Nicklaus's majors record in
his sights, so keep an eye on this legendary golfer this season. Another golfer that people will be crowding the greens to
see is Rory McIlroy. McIlroy has had a hard tie living up to the incredible hype surrounding some of his tournament wins,
but he looks primed to have a big year in 2014, and that year could start to come together at the Waste Management Phoenix
Open. Fans of "Lefty" will certainly flock to the tee boxes to see Phil Mickelson launch the golf ball down the fairway, and
you can be one of them in Phoenix this year.
2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open History
For four days
every winter, the TPC Scottsdale course plays host to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a PGA tournament that draws the very
best professional golfers and serious golf fans. Players come because they know this is their opportunity to scout the competition
and see who the guys to beat are going to be when the Masters and US Open arrive, and fans come to see the drama unfold. A
challenging course that tests the skills and mettle of even the most gifted golfers, the TPC Scottsdale course offers golf
fans a chance to see their favorite professional golfers go up against a tough course and even tougher competition.
event was first held in 1932 as the Arizona Open. With such a long history, this event has seen some incredible golf played
over the years. The great Arnold Palmer won this event three times in a four-year span in the 1960s, and other greats have
followed in his footsteps. This is a fantastic event to attend in person, as it gives golf fans an impression of what's going
on early in the golf season and a glimpse of the best ball-strikers in the world on their element.
Management Phoenix Open Trivia
Who won the 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open?
The answer is Phil Mickelson,
who posted a four-day total score of 256, an amazing 28 under par. That tied the course record for the lowest four-day total
in the history of the event.
The 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open Experience
Seeing the best golfers
in the world in person is a real treat for any true fan of the game. These pros are simply incredible with their distance
off the tee, but even more impressive is the way they can control the ball on their approaches and around the greens. You
can be there to experience it for yourself at the 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open, and you'll see why so many people head
out to events all over the country each and very golf season.