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Highlights | Round 4 | WM Phoenix Open | 2022

Check out the best shots of the day from round 4 of the 2022 WM Phoenix Open, featuring Patrick Cantlay and Scottie Scheffler who claimed his first PGA TOUR win.

The 5 Steps To Take When The Course is Fast & Firm

The best players are being tested by a firm and fast golf course this week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Does it ever cease to amaze you how much dry conditions create the best tournament theater? The PGA Tour’s finest have their work cut out for them. As if the crowds in Phoenix aren’t crazy enough, now they must contend with a fiery layout.

You can play the same course every day, yet with changes in competition, course conditions, tee boxes and weather something always is different. While watching the action at TPC Scottsdale this weekend let’s focus on how to handle a course when it’s firm. Start by watching where the players land the golf ball.

PING i500 Vs New i525 Irons Test!

In this video, Joel Tadman hits the long-awaited new Ping i525 iron up against the outgoing Ping i500 model on the launch monitor and on the golf course to see how the looks, feel and performance have evolved in the four years that have passed. It threw up some interesting results, so be sure to watch to the end if you're a mid handicapper looking to upgrade in 2022!

First Time PGA TOUR Winner Scottie Scheffler Bests World No. 4 Patrick Cantlay in Three-Hole Playoff

First Time PGA TOUR Winner Scottie Scheffler Bests World No. 4 Patrick Cantlay in Three-Hole Playoff

The 2022 WM Phoenix Open has come to an exciting end with thousands of golf fans once again pushing off the Super Bowl to see who would be crowned “The People’s Open Champion.” Finding the winner’s circle for the first time in his young and budding career is Scottie Scheffler – one of the PGA TOUR’s rising stars – who bested world No. 4 Patrick Cantlay in a sudden-death, three-hole playoff to secure his first PGA TOUR victory.

Scheffler followed his feverish Saturday pace (9-under 62) with a 4-under 67 to tie defending FedExCup Champion Patrick Cantlay at the end of regulation. Both players traded pars for two holes of the sudden death playoff before Scheffler made birdie to put the pressure on Cantlay who watched his matching putt roll just past the hole. With the win, Scheffler wins nearly $1.5 million and 500 FedExCup points to move to fourth in the year-long standings.

Highlights | Thursday | WM Phoenix Open | 2022

Check out the best shots of the day from Thursday at the 2022 WM Phoenix Open, featuring Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele and Hideki Matsuyama among others. Play was suspended due to darkness and will resume Friday morning.

Jon Morgan from Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia with some awesome specials for Bunker to Bunker listeners!