There is no other hole in golf quite like the 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale. The Waste Management Phoenix Open puts on a giant party at the 16th hole, where fans get an all-inclusive VIP experience to watch their favorite golfers. The 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale has become one of the most iconic spots in all of sports, offering an experience unmatched at any other golf course. 16th hole skyboxes at TPC Scottsdale will have some seats, but in most cases, guests will be standing for most of the day. The terrace on the third floor will have bar and food stations where guests can frequent as often as they would like. Fans have the luxury to walk around on the skybox to get any view of their favorite golfer. This hole has become one of the famous holes on the PGA Tour, highlighted by Tiger Woods’ hole-in-one in 1997.
Past Phoenix Open champions include Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, Hunter Mahan, J.B. Holmes and Vijay Singh to just name a few from the past decade or so. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is always held in late January or early February. It's by far one of the most popular stops for golfers on the PGA Tour due to the relaxed yet party atmosphere of Scottsdale, Arizona during the winter. Of course, the most exciting moments throughout the tournament take place on the 16th hole. A hole-in-one or even a bad shot will have the 16th hole crowd roar out loud. Roughly 20,000 fans surround the entire 16th hole, bringing unmatched energy to the Par 3.