Streaker steals the show at PGA Tour event


"I was always planning to wearing the badge or something in memory of him", said Fowler. This event debuted in 1932 as the Arizona Open, and it has been decided by a playoff in each of the last two years. "That would be something".

Hideki Matusyama is looking to make it three wins in a row in the Waste Management Phoenix Open this week. In terms of scoring, Simpson ranks 15th in Birdie or Better and 3rd in Bogey Avoidance, so we are not too anxious about him finding birdies at a tournament where the winning score dipped to 17-under a year ago. This event is basically a four day outdoor drunken rager with a golf tournament going on at the same time. The year before, Matsuyama finished 72 holes at 14 under and beat Rickie Fowler in a playoff.

"The putter was hot the first nine holes".

For the first time in years, his little buddy, Griffin Connell, was not in the gallery cheering Fowler's every move. I honestly think guys would have actually taken more pride if they were to dethrone Tiger back in the day than they would getting the No. 1 right now, to be honest.

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A victor here a year ago and also in 2016, the Japanese golf star will attempt to join an elite club when the action gets underway on Thursday.

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Coming off a missed cut at the Farmers Insurance Open, Fowler made a bright start on Thursday, shooting a 66, which included an eagle, four birdies and a bogey, to take a brief share of the lead.

American stars John Rahm and Jordan Spieth head the list of top players taking part in the $8.5 million tournament at TPC Scottsdale in Arizona.

In 2016, Simpson enjoyed his stop in Scottsdale too, entering the final round in the top-10, ultimately sliding to T14th.

When Byeong-Hun An played here for the first time past year and finished T6, it backed up the idea that if you play well in one desert, you can play well in another - even it's on the other side of the world.

Justin Thomas found out how unforgiving the fans can be on the 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale as he lost his cool towards the end of the first round of the Phoenix Open.