Published: Sat, February 03, 2018
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Streaker Enjoys Himself at Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro

Streaker Enjoys Himself at Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro

"He was just pumped and excited to be out there watching us", Fowler said.

It was a mixed bag for Rahm, who had an eagle and three birdies to go with a solitary bogey. So I'm getting back to where I want to be.

"Let's do it", Fowler replied.

One of the most popular, raucous and action-packed tournaments on the PGA Tour takes place this week in the form of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The fifth-ranked player in the world was looking to win a third-straight Waste Management Open, and just finished tied for 12th at last week's Farmers Insurance Open.

Suddenly, though, Lefty is once again all smiles at one of his favorite stomping grounds.

"I was always planning to wearing the badge or something in memory of him", said Fowler. "I can feel their energy".


"The putter was hot the first nine holes", Haas, a six-time PGA Tour victor, told reporters after a round that included a 30-foot birdie at the second hole, his 11th. You are doing pretty good for yourself, and are a couple shots under par going into the last few holes. "Today it kind of flipped a little bit".

Baddeley has the best record of the group having won the title in 2007, the second of four career PGA TOUR victories. "He's been an incredible asset to the game and has done incredible things", DeChambeau said.

"I like playing in the desert, " Haas said.

It's a challenge that Mickelson continues to relish, invigorated by the thousands that line the Stadium Course. It was the best finish by a Sun Devil still in school. Fowler's tee shot found a greenside bunker, and he failed to save par.

We start with the pro-am, where D-backs pitcher Archie Bradley met someone who shares his affinity for long facial hair.

"I don" think (the course is) too particularly demanding off the tee, but you need to get it into the fairway to have a chance with these greens once they firm up'.

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