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Posted Jan 31 2013 7:10pm

Hello! Golf lover Waste Management Phoenix Open match is waiting for you. Enjoy yourself live streaming golf PGA Tour at TPC Scottsdale, Scottsdale,  AZ, USA. Watch online hd Tv from Thursday Jan 31 – Sunday Feb 3, 2013.
Golf Channel’s telecasts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open’s first two rounds and early weekend coverage will be streamed live Sports Live Extra, accessible to Comcast subscribers on a co-branded video player as well as on iPhone, Android and iPad through us Live Extra and Golf Live Extra apps. Availability of live streaming during Golf Channel telecasts of PGA TOUR tournaments will expand to additional satellite, cable and telco providers throughout the season.



Thursday Jan 31 – Sunday Feb 3, 2013
TPC Scottsdale  ∙   Scottsdale,  AZ

    Purse: $6,200,000
    Winning Share: $1,098,000
    FedExCup Points: 500
The Waste Management Phoenix Open is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, held in early February at the Tournament Players Club (TPC) of Scottsdale, Arizona. The tournament was originally the Arizona Open, but was known for most of its history as the Phoenix Open until the investment bank Friedman Billings Ramsey became the title sponsor in October 2003, when it was known as the FBR Open.
TPC Scottsdale has enjoyed its fair share of memorable moments over the years. Even a casual sports fan is likely to recall Tiger Woods' one-hop, raise-the-roof ace at the 16th hole in 1997, one of many images associated with that famous par 3. A smile and a nod may appear on fans that can remember the loose impediment otherwise known as a boulder that spectators shifted for Woods on the 13th hole two years later.
The lowest 4-day score (72 holes) for the tournament was Mark Calcavecchia in 2001 with a total score of 256, which was an incredible 28 under par. In the second round he scored a 60, which was the lowest score in the history of the Phoenix Open tied with Grant Waite in 1996. Calcavecchia had 32 birdies in the tournament, which was also an all-time record.

There have been only two double eagles in the history of the FBR-Phoenix Open. Tom Pernice, Jr. made the first one on the 558-yard par-5 15th hole in 1990. Andrew Magee scored the second on the 332-yard par-4 17th hole in 2001. Magee's shot is believed to be the first-ever hole in one on a par-4 in PGA Tour history.

Mark Calcavecchia (1989, 1992 and 2001) shares the most wins record of three with Gene Littler (1955, 1959, and 1969) and Arnold Palmer (1961, 1962, and 1963)

The coliseum: TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course is a wonderful golf course, always attracts a great field and yet the 16th hole dwarfs all other aspects of this tournament. The par 3 is completely enclosed with seating for 20,000. They refer to it as “beers and cheers, booze and boos.” There is the rest of the golf course and then there’s the 16th. I have always thought the 10th hole might be more distracting. It sits directly opposite the 16th green and players frequently back off shots when applause thunders from the nearby stands. The rest of the golf course is quiet and serene, but the 16th hole always lurks in the minds of spectators and players.
Sight line: It takes a little while to adjust to desert golf. The fairways are a bright green with overseeded rye grass but the rough is dormant Bermuda. It is quite a contrast to see the emerald green bordered by the yellow gold and it makes the fairways appear narrow. They’re not. The landing zones are generous but players have to remind themselves of that fact on the tee.
Quick start: Players who begin their rounds on the first hole have the chance for a quick start. The first and second greens are approached with wedges and the third hole is a reachable par 5. Watch the difference in scoring for players that start on the back nine. The 10th is a tricky dogleg, the 11th is one of the tougher par 4s on the course and the 12th is a difficult par 3. TPC Scottsdale tests a player’s mental toughness when beginning the round at the 10th.
Weather: There is always the danger of frost delays in Scottsdale. The course sits in a bowl and even when surrounding areas have an overnight low in the 40s, TPC Scottsdale bottoms out in the 30s. Greens can be difficult to judge in the early morning because of the cold temperatures. The forecast calls for overnight lows in 40s with afternoon highs in the upper 60s.
Winner, winner: Rickie Fowler showed me a lot last week in his rally to finish sixth. I think that momentum and confidence travels with him from San Diego to Scottsdale. He’s had great success in this tournament, even as an amateur, and should be primed for a good week.
On the season: My pick of Nick Watney finished fourth at the Farmers Insurance Open. For the season, I have one win (Dustin Johnson), one top 10, one top 25 and one top 50.

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