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    The Coors Light Birds Nest at TPC Scottsdale will once again be rockin' when the PGA Tour makes its stop in the Valley for the 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open. 
  • Mini-tours give Arizona golfers the chance to chase the dream

    Golfers flock to Arizona for competitive mini-tour events, helping them gear up for a shot on the PGA Tour and the money that comes with it.
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    Former Sun Devil Phil Mickelson will design a short-game course as Arizona State begins building a new practice facility at the Papago Golf Course.
  • Hideki Matsuyama wins Phoenix Open playoff again

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  • An takes Phoenix Open lead in front of record 204,906 fans

    Hours and about 30 degrees later, the Waste Management Phoenix Open had attracted a golf-record crowd of 204,906.
  • Brendan Steele, Byeong Hun An share Phoenix Open lead

    Brendan Steele and Byeong Hun An led the way at golf's biggest party, Phil Mickelson had a classic Lefty adventure, and Justin Thomas cooled off in the desert.
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  • Sixteen stories from the Waste Management Phoenix Open’s 16th hole

    Taking in the hole straight out of "Happy Gilmore": The sights and sounds of the 16th hole at the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open.
  • Scottsdale pro Dale Balvin spreads his love and knowledge of golf to hundreds of Valley kids

    Already deep into golf, Scottsdale golf pro Dale Balvin began a program for kids from 5 to 14 looking to get into the sport.
  • Arnold Palmer leaves lasting imprint on Arizona golf courses

    Arnold Palmer left his design touch on five courses in Arizona – three in the Valley, one in Tucson and one in Yuma.