Robert Allenby to speak to media Tuesday in Phoenix
news conference Tuesday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Allenby, in the field for this week's PGA Tour event at TPC Scottsdale , is less than two weeks removed from a scare in Honolulu. He reportedly was kidnapped, beaten and robbed outside of a
Tiger Woods to begin his 2015 season in Phoenix
2008 U.S. Open. He has not played the Phoenix Open since 2001. And while Woods has made only three appearances at the TPC Scottsdale , he always generates news. Woods made an ace on the par-3 16th hole in 1997 and was showered with beer cups over the
2014 PGA Top 10: Rory roars, toothless Tiger & new stars emerge
had wins at the Northern Trust early and WGC-HSBC Champions late. In fact, had he not squandered 54-hole leads at TPC Scottsdale and the Memorial, Watson might have had a monster year that surpassed even McIlroy's. 3. THIS CUP OVERFLOWS WITH MISERY
Tweek in Review: Paula posts pics from her honeymoon
birthday i love you @djohnsonpga A photo posted by Paulina Gretzky (@paulinagretzky) on Dec 12, 2014 at 1:40pm PST 3.) TPC Scottsdale Prep Little practice with my crew @alexis .randock @nicole .randock...can’t wait for the @wmpho ... http://t.co/Fuuk0vm0A6 pic
Phoenix Open Pro-Am in pictures
Golfers, athletes, celebrites and giant heads got together Wednesday for the annual pro-am event at TPC Scottsdale .
Waste Management extends sponsorship deal with Phoenix Open
2025 tournament. Waste Management, the PGA Tour and the host Thunderbirds announced the extension Thursday. Houston-based Waste Management has sponsored the tournament since 2010. The event is Jan. 29-Feb. 1 at TPC Scottsdale .
Golfer aces par-4 hole in Kuala Lumpur tournament
15 strokes behind playoff winner Danny Chia of Malaysia. There has been only one hole-in-one on a par-4 on the PGA Tour, by American golfer Andrew Magee at the TPC Scottsdale during the FBR Open, now Phoenix Open, in 2001.
Golfer nails hole-in-one on par-4 hole in Kuala Lumpur tournament
in 2012. There has been only one hole-in-one on a par-4 on the PGA Tour, by American golfer Andrew Magee at the TPC Scottsdale during the FBR Open, now Phoenix Open, in 2001. Asian Tour officials said Wednesday that Zain's ace was the first on