Thinking about attending the 2019 Phoenix Open? Already have your tickets? Either way, you need to know what to expect. This is why Superior Executive Services has put together this two-part guide.
As facilitators of Phoenix Open Packages — which can include everything you need, from tickets to accommodation to entertainment — we are quite familiar with this big event and would like to help you prepare for this one-of-a-kind event.
There are plenty of tickets to the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Because of the layout of the course, large parking lot, and general openness of Scottsdale, the event never sells out. This is all to say, never pay more than face value for tickets. If you are looking for tickets that offer more than general admission, check out some of our Waste Management packages. We can secure your tickets and badges to the coveted Cove Suite 17, Birds Nest VIP Access, Chairman’s Badge, and more!
Additionally, Military and Arizona first responders (along with one guest) are admitted free with official ID. Learn more about this and how to register for free admissions here.
It’s fair to say that with any sporting event you are bound to run into all different types of fans. This assumption has perhaps never been truer than when you attend the Phoenix Open. Below are some of the most common types of fans you will see:
For families attending the Phoenix Open, the ideal times typically tend to be the first few days of the event — when golfers are practicing and everyone is preparing for the big event. It also during this time that you can take part in junior golf clinics, listen to motivational speeches from PGA pros, and experience all sorts of fun pre-event festivities.
Anytime you have a gathering frequented by celebrities, you are sure to have celebrity watchers closely following. This is certainly true for the Phoenix Open. This is also to say there are ample opportunities to see and meet celebrities — keep a pen and paper on hand. Whether it’s at the Phoenix Suns’ closest-to-the-pin contest, which pits athletes and celebrities against each other, or it’s during the relaxed practice round, expect to see plenty of celebrities and plenty of people trying to see celebrities.
As with any big PGA Tour event, you can expect to see some die-hard golf fans. From the rounds before the field is cut to the final round, golf enthusiast will be following closely. Because the Waste Management Phoenix Open is known for its party atmosphere and non-golf related fun, if you really want to focus on golf and be in comfort, you should consider purchasing Members Club, Greenskeeper, or Clubhouse badges.
There’s a reason the Waste Management Phoenix Open is the most-attended golf event in the world — it’s a whole lot of fun. And it’s unlike any other golf event in the world. This four-day event has earned a reputation for being the biggest party in golf. This is a well-deserved reputation, and if you will be attending the event, expect to see lots of partiers drinking, wearing funky attire, and having an all-around good time.
The Phoenix Open is one of the largest sporting events in the world with last year’s running bringing in over 700,000 people. If the trend continues, we can expect this year to be even bigger than last. If you have yet to start planning your trip, don’t delay and contact us today. We’d love to help.
Check back next week for Your Guide to the 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open — Pt. 2.