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PGA WM Phoenix Open Golf Odds at TPC of Scottsdale Lines

Waste Management Phoenix Open

Feb. 1-4, 2019
TPC of Scottsdale
Scottsdale, Arizona
Established: 1932
Length: 7,216 yards
Par: 71
Format: Stroke play
Prize fund: $6,000,000

The Waste Management Phoenix Open, "The Greatest Show on Grass" will be played February 1-4, 2019

2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open Golf Odds

As February draws closer, excitement surrounding the Waste Management Phoenix Open continues to grow.

As part of the PGA Tour, the now WM Phoenix Open is held at the Tournament Players Club (TPC) of Scottsdale, Arizona around the last weekend in January. The tournament was originally called the Arizona Open, but was known for most of its history as the Phoenix Open until the investment bank, Friedman Billings Ramsey, became the title sponsor in October 2003.

The 4-day attendance of the tournament is usually around 500,000. The most popular hole for spectators to watch is the 16th hole due to the "Amphitheatre" atmosphere of the hole, created by the stands erected every year before the tournament.

Recently, the Phoenix Open has been played on Super Bowl Weekend. In 2009, the tournament overlapped with the Super Bowl when Kenny Perry and Charley Hoffman went to a playoff, subsequently denying the spectators a chance to watch the beginning of the game, featuring the local Arizona Cardinals.

TPC Scottsdale Golf Course

Before it was built, the TPC location had been used by many as a dumping ground for tons of trash, which makes it somewhat ironic that a quarter-century later the event's title sponsor is known for its initiatives to preserve the environment. Contrary to gloomy predictions, it drew record crowds that first year and now hosts the largest galleries in Golf.

WM Phoenix Open Results

2018 WM Phoenix Open Winner: Gary Woodland

2017 WM Phoenix Open Winner

Hideki Matsuyama thumped Webb Simpson in a 4-hole playoff at the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Hideki Matsuyama shot -19 to stump Webb Simpson in playoff a 4-hole playoff at TPC of Scottsdale.

2016 WM Phoenix Open Winner

Hideki Matsuyama is a Japanese professional golfer. He won the Asian Amateur Championship in 2010 and 2011. He is a two-time PGA Tour winner, and a seven-time Japan Golf Tour winner.

2015 WM Phoenix Open Winner

He is ranked inside the top-25 in the Official World Golf Ranking and chose a different route than other young Americans to get mainstay status on the PGA Tour, by starting his career on the European Challenge Tour and eventually the European Tour.

2014 WM Phoenix Open Winner

Kevin Stadler, son of former PGA great Craig Stadler, won the 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open when Bubba Watson missed a five-foot putt on the 18th that would have sent the tournament into a playoff.

2013 WM Phoenix Open Winner

In the final round of the 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open from TPC Scottsdale, Phil Mickelson shot 4-under 67 and got his 41st PGA TOUR title.

2012 WM Phoenix Open Winner

Kyle Stanley Wins 2012 WM Phoenix Open at TPC of Scottsdale. The key hole came at the 15th, a par five with water right and short of the hole. Stanley made par on the hole after a tee shot to the right forced him to lay-up.

2011 WM Phoenix Open Winner

Mark Wilson wins 2011 WM Phoenix Open and with it he earns fourth PGA TOUR victory. Wilson was able to hold on Monday morning and then beat Jason Dufner with a birdie on the second playoff hole. Wilson made par on his remaining six holes on Monday to finish at 18 under but when Dufner birdied 16 and 17 they were deadlocked and needed a playoff which Wilson won with a 10 foot birdie putt.

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