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Wow this is great. Congratulations! 👏👏

Natalie, YOU ROCK! Congrats!

So awesome!!

👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

#MondayMoves Today we have the always fun to play 17th hole on The Stadium course! It is 295 to reach the green, you have water on the left. Bunkers and crazy side hill lies on the right. How would you play this hole?

 

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Driver and 9 iron in hopefully clise to the pin...

It’s driver wedge for me that’s how I do play it ⛳️🏌️‍♂️😎

Assuming it's my 2nd shot and no wind, 5 iron to about 70 yards, then pitch shot with my 54. Wind on my back I'll go for it with my 3 wood

I used my driver and drove the green 🏌️‍♂️

Just send it!

220 3 wood and then wedge shot

hit a driver on the green when i played it

Hybrid or 5 wood...then lob wedge

3W 3 putt for par like I did last time...

Putter putter putter putter

Differently than the last three times I’ve played it.

1. Pin back left, 4 iron straight 2. Pin anywhere else, 3 wood right center

4 iron then PW.

Who was that guy who got Eagle on this hole during the Waste Management Tournament? Hit it right out of the bunker?

Driver fade, lob wedge

Mark Leno Luke Kelly

driver

Grip it and rip it!

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Remembering and honoring the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. Happy Memorial Day🇺🇸#MemorialDay

 

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Well done guys! We had our 10th hole facing backyard all decked out for the weekend too. Never forget.

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Stadium Course

Host of the Waste Management Phoenix Open

The Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale

As the PGA TOUR stop with the largest crowds of any golf event in the world, The Waste Management Phoenix Open brings immeasurable attention and respect to the Stadium Course, designed by the team of Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish.  The course, which was renovated in 2014, is most famous for its par-3, 16th hole that transforms into “The Coliseum” during the tournaments and provides fans with one of the most exciting settings in professional sports.

During the 51 weeks of the year when fans are not watching the sport’s top names make history, they can test their own skills on the same pristine fairways – maintained to PGA TOUR-quality standards year-round – as their favorite professionals.