The Waste Management Open, also known as the Phoenix Open, is a professional golf tournament that takes place in Scottsdale, Arizona, each year.
The tournament is known for its unique atmosphere and has been dubbed “The greatest party on Grass” for several reasons.
But before we get into why you should come to the Waste Management Open, let’s recap a bit.
January 8, 2015, bachelorlifeinc.com let the secret out about Scottsdale, Arizona, and the Waste Management Open – See here: No Super Bowl Tickets? So What!
In that article, it was talked about how you’ll see girls walking up and down the grass dressed up like they are going to a nightclub.
So if you’re a guy, and you’re coming to Super Bowl LVII in February 2023, per usual, make sure you go to the Waste Management Open on the Saturday before.
But what is the Waste Management Open?
First, the tournament has a large and dedicated fan base, features a number of unique events and activities, and takes place in a beautiful setting with great Arizona weather.
The event promotes a festive and relaxed atmosphere and not a stuffy golf tournament.
The Waste Management Open is truly one-of-a-kind and is not to be missed.
Concert Series at the Waste Management Open
Second, the tournament features a number of unique events and activities that add to the party atmosphere.
The tournament features a concert series that takes place each night during tournament week, featuring popular bands and musicians.
This year the main draw will be The Chainsmokers on Saturday night, and Machine Gun Kelly will be performing on Friday night.
The Nightlife of Scottsdale
The gotta see-it-to-believe it nightlife scene in Old Town Scottsdale was explained years ago in these posts: Coming to the Superbowl? Must See Scottsdale!
The Waste Management Open is located in Scottsdale, Arizona, which is known for its beautiful weather and vibrant nightlife.
The tournament takes place in the middle of January, when the weather in Scottsdale is typically sunny and warm.
This provides the perfect setting for an outdoor party and allows fans to enjoy the tournament while also soaking up the sun and enjoying the beautiful Arizona landscape.
The Legendary 16th Hole
One of the most iconic holes of the tournament is the par-3 16th hole, which has been nicknamed “The Coliseum” because of its grandstands that can hold more than 20,000 people. The grandstands surround the hole and create a stadium-like atmosphere that is unique in golf.
The Waste Management Open is one of the most well-attended events on the PGA Tour, with an average attendance of over 500,000 people each year. This creates an electric and lively atmosphere that is unlike any other golf tournament.
Lastly, the tournament has been held for over 80 years, and it has built a reputation as a must-attend event. The tournament attracts top golfers from all over the world and it is a huge draw for golf enthusiasts. The tournament’s reputation as a fun and entertaining event has helped to cement its status as “The greatest party on Grass.”