Limited General Admission Tickets for 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open On Sale Now, along with Limited Daily Tickets for 16th Hole and Clubhouse Venues
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ARE $100 WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND SUNDAY; $125 ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Tournament Chairman Scott Jenkins announced today a limited number of general admission tickets are now available for the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open and can be purchased online at WMPhoenixOpen.com. General admission tickets are $100 per day for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday; and $125 for Friday and Saturday. Ticket orders will be limited to 10 per transaction.
Additionally, fans can now purchase individual daily tickets for the 16th Hole and Clubhouse hospitality venues, which previously were only available as part of a weekly package.
This announcement comes two weeks after the host Thunderbirds announced plans to move forward with limited fans and a scaled-down version of the 16th Hole at the WM Phoenix Open, scheduled to be played Feb. 1 – 7 at TPC Scottsdale.
“We have been working closely with the PGA TOUR and local health officials and are confident that we can safely host a limited number of fans for ‘The People’s Open’ in 2021,” Jenkins said. “We don’t have an exact attendance figure at this time but we will be conservative in all of our decision-making to ensure the health and safety of all involved with the event and our community. Given the fact our venue is a 192-acre, open-aired facility that will allow for safe social distancing measures, combined with COVID safety protocols including the wearing of masks on-site, we are confident we will conduct a safe and responsible event in February.”
Limited weekly packages for the 16th Hole and Clubhouse venues also remain available to the public and can be found at WMPhoenixOpen.com.
The 2021 WM Phoenix Open will be held at TPC Scottsdale February 1-7. “The People’s Open” was named the Tournament of the Year by the PGA TOUR four times in the past six years (2014, 2015, 2018, 2019) to acknowledge the tournament’s legendary status as one the most unique events in golf. The 2021 edition will mark the 86th playing of the event (one of the five oldest events on the PGA TOUR) and the 12th as the WM Phoenix Open.
The Thunderbirds were founded in 1937 with the mission of promoting the Valley of the Sun through sports. The Thunderbirds consist of 55 “active” members and more than 280 “life” members. The Thunderbirds raised a record $14 million for charity from proceeds from the 2020 WM Phoenix Open and have eclipsed $161 million in charitable giving since its inception in 1932. For more information on The Thunderbirds, visit www.thunderbirdscharities.org.