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Phoenix Open Golf 2018 Live streaming

Waste Management Phoenix Open 2018
Vanu:TPC Scottsdale – Stadium Course – Scottsdale, AZ
Date:Feb 1–4, 2018
Hideki Matsuyama

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Due to how man stars and superstars there are on the PGA Tour these days, nearly every week has become must-watch TV. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is not traditionally considered an upper-echelon Tour event, and yet the field this week is absolutely loaded.

Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson, Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm will all be in attendance, and any of them could grab their first victory of the calendar year (or in Rahm’s case, his second). Throw in the absurdity of the 16th hole and the general mayhem of these crowds, and we get yet another week of great golf at the highest level.

his week’s Phoenix Open boasts one of its strongest fields ever, and Jordan Spieth is one of many young stars ready to compete at TPC Scottsdale. While the Phoenix Open is known as a party thanks to the par-3 16th, Spieth doesn’t prepare any differently for this tournament than he does his other events.

“Fortunately not a ton. The last few years it’s been madness around normally the groups that we’re in as we get to the last few holes anyway,” Spieth said Wednesday in a press conference. “Certainly heightened here. No, we’re pretty in the zone once the turn starts. So nothing really has to change as far as the mindset. Just the boos you got to get adjusted to, that we don’t normally hear.”

Spieth, currently third in the world ranking, is one of many players trying to reach the top spot. Though Spieth remains hungry to win events, he no longer worries about his position in the ranking.

If for whatever reason, you’re holstering Matsuyama, then you almost have to ride Rickie Fowler. Never mind that the WMPO sets up as his fifth-most logical event of those remaining. There is an indescribable amount of synergy as it concerns him in this tournament and among these fans. No one feeds off the energy more and his support is limitless.

If you’re pacing and saving Fowler for a major, Ryan Palmer draws interest, but as much as I love the guy, he’s borderline One & Done-worthy. He makes more sense as the tail of the tandem in a two-man game, as does Alex Noren, Brian Stuard and Robert Garrigus, the last two of whom are Sleepers.

You’ll note that Jon Rahm has disappeared in Future Possibilities. Of course, that doesn’t mean that you should dismiss him from now on, it just means that he’s still building his body of work. Given the love he’ll get near his collegiate stomping grounds this week and his recent blazing form, don’t hesitate to pull the trigger. I’m endorsing him without reservation.Watch Now