Who is playing in the Phoenix Open Pro-Am?
Former Arizona Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald and Patrick Peterson are among the group of celebrities playing in the Annexus Pro-Am at the 2022 WM Phoenix Open.
What celebrities will be a Phoenix Open 2022?
Prior to the 2022 WM Phoenix Open, various celebrities such as Michael Phelps, Rob Riggle, Jared Goff and more competed in a closest to the pin “Shot at Glory” challenge to raise money for charity.
Who is golfing in the Waste Management Open?
Michael Golding announced today defending champion and four-time Major winner Brooks Koepka and 2021 Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama are the latest to commit to play in the 2022 Waste Management Phoenix Open, which is set to tee it up Feb. 7-13 at TPC Scottsdale.
Who’s playing in the Waste Management Open 2022?
2022 WM Phoenix Open
- Ancer, Abraham. Berger, Daniel. Bradley, Keegan. Bramlett, Joseph. Bryan, Wesley.
- Hocknull, Craig # Hoffman, Charley. Hoge, Tom. Homa, Max. Horschel, Billy.
- Noh, Seung-Yul. Noren, Alex. Norlander, Henrik. Oosthuizen, Louis. Ortiz, Carlos.
- Walker, Jimmy. Wallace, Matt. Watney, Nick. Watson, Bubba. Wise, Aaron.
Who won WM today?
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Scottie Scheffler outlasted Ryder Cup teammate Patrick Cantlay on the third hole of a playoff Sunday in the WM Phoenix Open, making a 25-foot birdie putt that had just enough momentum to tumble in. Cantlay missed an 11-foot birdie try after Scheffler holed his putt.
How much does it cost to play in the Waste Management Pro-Am?
Cash and connections still don’t hurt, though. The fee for a spot in the Waste Management pro-am ranged from $4,300 (for Monday’s pro-am) to $9,500 (for Wednesday’s), which is the standard rate. But the AT pro-am will set you back a cool $25,000.
Why isn’t Phil Mickelson in Waste Management Open?
Mon, 14 Feb 2022. Phil Mickelson said “nothing has changed” at the WM Phoenix Open since his last appearance after seeing a video of a child dangerously driving a golf buggy at a venue. Mickelson didn’t play at the tournament this year and he hasn’t played since he missed the cut at TPC Scottsdale in 2019.