After the abbreviated Pebble Beach Pro-Am that saw Wyndham Clark crowned the champion with only 54 holes completed, drier conditions are in store as the PGA TOUR heads to the desert for the WM Phoenix Open.
The tournament was first held in 1932 and has been contested every year since 1944 under various guises and is now best known as the WM Phoenix Open.
Notable for its raucous atmosphere, the event has become one of the highlights of the PGA TOUR's calendar, particularly for its par-3 16th stadium hole. Stands built all around the hole create an enclosure with fans cheering tee shots that find the green and booing tee shots that fail to find the putting surface, and witnessed a hole-in-one by Tiger Woods in his first full season as a professional.
The tournament was an elevated event in the 2023 season and attracted a stellar field with Scottie Scheffler defending his 2022 title.
Read all you need to know about the 2024 WM Phoenix Open below.
The WM Phoenix Open will be held between 8th and 11th February and takes place at TPC Scottsdale, its host since moving in 1987.
An elevated event last year, the prize money was $20,000,000, though that's down to $8,800,000 this year with the winner taking home $1,584,000
Phil Mickelson and Mark Calcavecchia in 2013 and 2001 respectively both shot 256 for 28-under-par. They also hold the course record at TPC Scottsdale having shot 60 - Mickelson twice, Calcavecchia once with Grant Waite in 1996 also shooting 60.
Phil Mickelson (1996, 2005, 2013), Mark Calcavecchia (1989, 1992, 2001) and Arnold Palmer (1961, 1962, 1963) each hold the record with three wins each.