Feb 5-11, 2024
The Waste Management Phoenix Open, also known as “The People’s Open”, is a professional golf tournament that takes place annually at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is one of the largest and most popular tournaments on the PGA Tour, with over 700,000 spectators attending each year.
The tournament is known for its lively atmosphere and its unique hole-in-one contest, where fans can win prizes for making a hole-in-one on the 16th hole. The 16th hole is one of the most iconic holes in golf, and it is surrounded by a massive stadium of fans who create a thunderous roar when a player makes a hole-in-one.
In addition to the golf, the Waste Management Phoenix Open also features a number of other attractions, including a food and beverage festival, a concert series, and a kids’ zone. The tournament is a major economic driver for the Phoenix area, and it generates millions of dollars in revenue for local businesses.
In recent years, the Waste Management Phoenix Open has also become a leader in sustainability. The tournament has committed to producing zero waste, and it has implemented a number of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact. For example, the tournament uses 100% renewable energy, and it recycles and composts all of its waste. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is a model for other sporting events, and it is showing the world how to host a sustainable event.