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Record-Setting Crowds Turn Out For PGA Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open
Published February 3, 2014
MAJOR FUN: GOLF WORLD MONDAY's Jim Moriarty writes a final-round pass to the Phoenix Open "is the easiest ticket in sports." Moriarty: "Truly a tradition like no other, it's the biggest party in golf and everyone is invited." It occasionally "seems like the suits" at the PGA Tour "have trouble relating to all this frivolity and excess, but that may be because the stands surrounding the par-3 16th hold more people in four days than attend Jacksonville Jaguars games in an entire season." Moriarty: "When the day ends, it has the distinct feel of a major championship" (GOLF WORLD MONDAY, 2/3).