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Bunker to Bunker's New Years Celebration | Talking Stick Golf Club | January 15, 2022

Tournaments are open to the public and singles are encouraged and welcome to join us! We will try and match up singles as requested. Meet some great new friends by joining the Bunker to Bunker Club and playing in our Bunker Tour Scrambles throughout the year!

Waste Management Phoenix Open Achieves Geo Certified Status for Record Fifth Year

Waste Management Phoenix Open Achieves Geo Certified Status for Record Fifth Year

The GEO Foundation for Sustainable Golf recognized the Waste Management Phoenix Open as the first golf tournament in the world to achieve “GEO Certified® Tournament” status for five years in a row for the event’s leadership in sustainability.

The 2021 tournament, played February 1-7 at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz., received the international award for sustainability in golf from the Scotland-based organization by completing a custom-built program for golf tournaments, including document and evidence submission, third-party verification carried out by the Council for Responsible Sport (the official verification body for GEO Certified Tournaments in North America), a thorough review by GEO, and by agreeing to a range of Continual Improvement Points.

Hosted by The Thunderbirds, an Arizona-based civic organization, and sponsored by WM, North America’s largest environment solutions provider, the WM Phoenix Open became a GEO Certified Tournament in 2017 when the PGA TOUR event became the world’s first GEO Certified Tournament.

Diplo and Cole Swindell Added to Coors Light Birds Nest Wednesday Lineup - Get Your Tickets Now!

The lineup for the 2022 Coors Light Birds Nest is now complete as widely popular DJ, songwriter and producer Diplo and American country music sensation Cole Swindell will hit the stage on Wednesday night at the popular concert series that will take place Feb. 9-12 during the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Limited tickets for these star-studded shows are still available and can be purchased at

Before Houston Win, Jason Kokrak Nearly Withdrew After Bad Shots

Before Houston Win, Jason Kokrak Nearly Withdrew After Bad Shots

HOUSTON – “There’s no way I should be standing here,” Jason Kokrak laughed in the moments following his third PGA Tour victory at the Houston Open.

Kokrak’s surprise went well beyond the normal Tour player humility in victory. In fact, it was a mild surprise he even played the event.

“I contemplated actually withdrawing because I was hitting it so bad,” he admitted following his come-from-behind victory over Scottie Scheffler and Kevin Tway.

So bad, in fact, that he told swing coach Drew Steckel “I can’t play.”

Matthew Wolff’s Incredible Ace at the Houston Open

In the final round of the 2021 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open, Matthew Wolff makes a hole-in-one with a 9-iron from 186 yards on the par-3 9th hole.

Waste Management Phoenix Open Tournament Chairman Michael Golding joins the show!